Regenerating Europe’s soils
The ecological case for regenerative agriculture in Europe has been well documented. It reduces air, soil and water pollution, enhances biodiversity, and mitigates agriculture’s climate footprint by sequestering carbon in the soil.
The economic case has been less well documented, until now. The argument of the report is that farmers can improve the profitability and resilience of their business during a well-managed transition to regenerative agriculture.
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