Our weekly Twitter round up of great content from our kindred network: a Friday treat for your weekend reading pleasure. Enjoy what we’ve found for you on twitter.
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— Fridays For Future Europe (@fff_europe) January 11, 2021
— SusFoodTrust (@SusFoodTrust) January 11, 2021
Finally got a chance to read this! Super cool:
– land use change is responsible for a large % of grassland related GHGs
– Overgrazing is associated with shifting grasslands from GHG sink to source
– "sparsely" grazed grasslands are an important C sinkhttps://t.co/CfZVUmcjKU
— Paige Stanley (@paigestanley_ag) January 11, 2021
— Dave Goulson (@DaveGoulson) January 12, 2021
I’m vehemently against this decision & find it v disappointing of our industry.
— farmingGeorge – George Young (@farmingGeorge) January 12, 2021
The drinking water suppliers of the Rhine, Meuse and Scheldt river basins call for an "immediate redirection of the #FutureofCAP in order to secure clean drinking water". @eureau fully supports. https://t.co/QVjPPwSJhc pic.twitter.com/m93wUx8aG7
— Oliver Loebel (@oliver_loebel) January 6, 2021
On average, #organic farming increased species richness by about 30%. This result has been robust over the last 30 years of published studies and shows no sign of diminishing. https://t.co/k57hxrbKvw#OrganicDelivers #EUBiodiversity #OrganicIsPartOfTheSolution pic.twitter.com/pEqvlvsm18
— IFOAM Organics Europe (@OrganicsEurope) January 14, 2021