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.
Will mega-dairies have a place in sustainable food systems? Not sure.. https://t.co/sHEDmCHplC
— gianluca brunori (@gbrunori) June 2, 2021
— Jenny Soong (@jso_soong) May 24, 2021
Contained in this article, are many of the answers to the biodiversity crisis.
Farming, community & cooperation https://t.co/V6oaJD7Eex
— Ó Foghlú (@rayofoghlu) June 2, 2021
#LaBioAPoil reportage du 13h @TF1LeJT "Des agriculteurs qui posent nus plutôt que de bloquer les routes." A chacun sa méthode ! Celle-ci est non-violente, pleine d'humour et ne cause pas de nuisances ! Externalités positives Bio ! #LaBioPourTous @fnab_bio https://t.co/nAdYKDcx4c
— William Lambert (@wlambertcom) June 2, 2021
I listen carefully to voices of farmers who see an opportunity in agricultural @EUgreendeal and demand implementation of its objectives.
I count on serious discussion between MS authorities and farmers who want goals of #EUFarm2Fork to be included in CAP National Strategic Plans. pic.twitter.com/FqDwrXBq0I
— Janusz Wojciechowski (@jwojc) June 2, 2021
— Justice Pesticides (@JusticePesticid) June 2, 2021
Thank you @JoseLViveroPol for this framework. "A food commons system is related to food justice, food democracy, food sovereignty, agroecology, and gives more power in the food system to the people, to the producers, and to the eaters." https://t.co/WzhHXoPf2h
— Christy Spees (@ChristySpees) June 2, 2021
Brand new study: we demonstrate that the US might significantly underestimate methane emissions from meat and dairy production. This has reproductions for developing countries too, which are rapidly adopting our industrial-style production. https://t.co/c0TlCWB17b
— Matthew Hayek (@matthewhayek) June 2, 2021
Is this still the best video-series ever made for the #EUGreenWeek?
I say yes. Prove me wrong.
— Pablo Pérez (@PabloPerezA) June 2, 2021
People often ask me to share evidence that alternative food production and food systems can match or outperform conventional. There’s no shortage, but it never seems to be enough for boosters of the status quo. So, here’s a thread on some noteworthy studies.
— Philip Loring (@ConserveChange) June 2, 2021
'The argument for a carbon price'
I summarize the empirical research and make the case for why I believe carbon pricing is one of the most important policy options we have to achieve a better future.
— Max Roser (@MaxCRoser) June 1, 2021
This 10-year study with 21 million (!) smallholder farmers in China achieved both a:
⬆ 11% increase in yields
⬇ 16% reduction in nitrogen application
through better management practices.https://t.co/AVMq0a6qgj
— Hannah Ritchie (@_HannahRitchie) June 2, 2021