Cool the Planet, Feed the World: The Power of Regenerative Food and Farming to Save the Planet
At REcyclerie, Paris, France.
To date, global climate crisis conversations have focused on solely emissions reduction. While necessary, reducing fossil fuel emissions alone is simply inadequate – it is a 50% solution. Even if we were to cut all human-induced greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions today, the globe would continue to warm for decades or even centuries to come. However, there is hope. There is growing scientific evidence that regenerative organic agriculture can reverse climate change through soil carbon sequestration, while at the same time delivering other essential ecological, economic, and health benefits. Given that the industrial food and farming system as a whole is the number one cause of GHG emissions, climate activists need to start thinking of themselves as food, farming and natural health activists as well.
Regeneration International is hosting “Cool the Planet, Feed the World: The Power of the Regenerative Food and Farming to Save the Planet” to raise awareness about how regenerative organic agriculture can reverse climate change.
Event program to be announced.
Vandana Shiva, Navdanya
Ronnie Cummins, Organic Consumers Association
Andre Leu, IFOAM Organics International
Hans Herren, Millennium Institute
Tom Newmark, The Carbon Underground
*More speakers to be confirmed*
ABOUT THE VENUE
La REcyclerie is an urban farm in the heart of Paris. It is considered a DESTINATION COP21, whose mission leading up to COP21 is to educate citizens about the fight against climate change. La REcylcerie offers affordable fresh, seasonal, and quality local food and drinks.
Entry is free. Fresh local food and drinks available for purchase.