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The Burning River That Started a Movement
Ohio’s 1969 Cuyahoga River Fire catalyzed the environmental movement. What lessons can today’s climate activist learn from history?
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Where are you seeing the dust storm? So Dakota? Texas? Alberta Canada? Arriving from the Sahara in Africa
Your Brain & Climate Change or Thinking about Exponential Thinking
A short video to explain why we can’t see or register the impact of climate change. Our brains are not wired to understand exponential change.
Climate Change: Succumb to Fear or Move Forward with Optimism?
Win-Win-Win-Win vs. Fear-Inertia-Catastrophizing – Climate Change and calling for action, without causing panic
Is Biological Farming the Same as Regenerative Ag?
What is Regen Ag? How is it different from biological farming? Reseeding the soil microbiome is an approach to RegenAg that draws on inspiration from other lineages and insights from biotechnology, but with a focus on what works for growers: bottom line profits through increased soil health.
RegenAg and Fighting Desertification
China is the leader in reducing desertification through the same techniques as regenerative agriculture
Food Security & the Irish American Experience
Extreme weather and other exogenous shocks to the food supply can create global instability.
Winning at Girl’s Basketball and Climate Change
Coming from outside the industry, and focusing on the goal rather than the traditional process, SymSoil had found a way to scale SFW to make it scalable and a viable alternative for mainstream farmers.