U.S. Should Join French and Civil Society in Initiative to Solve Global Warming with Regenerative Farming Plan

“France, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, the U.K., Germany and Mexico are among the more than two dozen countries that have so far signed on to what one day will likely be recognized as the most significant climate initiative in history.”  From: www.organicconsumers.org

GR:  There are some good ideas here, but like everything else that would be good for the Earth; they aren’t likely to be accepted by our corporation-controlled governments.  Here are just a few of the problems I see with this movement:  1) Corporate investors are backing destructive land-use satisfy demands of the growing human population.  2) The large farms that are responsible for the greatest percentage of soil loss are also using vast amounts of pesticides and artificial fertilizer.  3) The organizers (or at least this reporter) of this group don’t seem to understand the history and science of their topic.



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