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.
— EIP-AGRIServicePoint (@EIPAGRI_SP) August 28, 2020
When your lack of sheepdog experience is cruelly exposed on your first day.
📹: Imgur user WOBaskerville pic.twitter.com/aGXFgbbZoE
— Paul Bronks (@SlenderSherbet) September 7, 2020
Wie weiter in der EU-Agrarpolitik? Unter dem Vorsitz von @JuliaKloeckner wurde jetzt ein Entwurf des 🇪🇺-Agrarminister*innenrats erarbeitet 📄. Leider liefert dieser nur ungenügende Antworten auf die Herausforderungen der Arten- und #Klimakrise 🙄. Thread: pic.twitter.com/331vTKAV3b
— nabu_de (@NABU_de) September 8, 2020
Would you like to find a storybook that explains the role of #soil biodiversity to children?
Create your own book and get a chance to win one of our many prizes! Deadline: 10 November 2020
— FAO Knowledge (@FAOKnowledge) September 9, 2020
— Seven Acres (@Seven_Acres) September 9, 2020
This is a crucial and potentially game-changing paper, about one of the most neglected and important issues in environmental science: the carbon opportunity cost of keeping livestock.
It provides a powerful argument for a plant-based diet. https://t.co/krzbv87uFq
— George Monbiot (@GeorgeMonbiot) September 9, 2020
Even on a day filled with bad news, this stands out. Or at least it should: https://t.co/us0SF8xPd6
— Elizabeth Kolbert (@ElizKolbert) September 10, 2020
I have a new paper that's out today in The Lancet Planetary Health, quantifying national responsibility for climate breakdown. I'll discuss the method and results in the thread below. https://t.co/QhkvV3WFVi
— Jason Hickel (@jasonhickel) September 10, 2020
Populations of wild animals have plummeted by *68%* since 1970 – a year when already much damage had been done to the natural world.
When are we going to act like this is an emergency? Now would be great #dyingplanethttps://t.co/VLlr3Ma4e4
— Pádraic Fogarty (@whittledaway) September 10, 2020
“We are dealing with the complexity of a profound societal change and the transition towards diverse regenerative cultures as manifestations of not only a different way of being in the world, but also a different way of seeing the world.”
— Daniel Christian Wahl (@DrDCWahl) September 9, 2020
All Saints Bogs SAC now is Carbon emitting, DOC leaking, species bleak cutaway, BUT it will soon put a stop to all that via rewetting and some sphagnum inoculation. Prior C measurement on the way with @CarePeat colleagues @eco_morley @lenovski_mel and @DeptAHG @ShaneRegan34 pic.twitter.com/kpbEWrbLJK
— Flo Renou-Wilson (@flo_renouwilson) September 9, 2020
These are the actions that prevented birds and mammals from going extinct in recent decades. We know what to do for the majority of species – we just need more resources & political will https://t.co/PtOaM9sDtX #BirdLifeScience @BirdLife_News pic.twitter.com/dKX7xpuAVj
— Stuart Butchart (@stubutchart) September 10, 2020
What are the best socio-economic sustainability indicators (SESI) to measure the impacts of #digitalisation?🌍
— DESIRA_H2020 (@DesiraH2020) September 10, 2020
NEW REPORT 📰 The Added Value(s) of #Agroecology: Unlocking the potential for transition in West Africa 🌱
🌍 West #Africa has all the ingredients to become a “global frontrunner in agroecology,” according to experts at IPES-Food. Discover why!
— IPES-Food (@IPESfood) September 7, 2020