Friday, November 27, 2020

Rodale Institute Hosts Dec. 5 Online Panel Discussion On Whether Regenerative Organic Agriculture Can Reverse Climate Change

On December 5, Berks County-based
Rodale Institute and partners Kiss The Ground will host an online panel discussion on Climate Change and the Soil Carbon Solution, a Conservation with Farmers, Scientists, Brands and Policymakers from 2:00 to 3:30 p.m. on World Soil Day.

The panel will discuss the findings of Rodale's newest white paper on regenerative agriculture and climate change

What is the role of regenerative organic agriculture in battling the climate crisis?  How can farmers, scientists, brands and policymakers come together to move the needle toward a brighter future?

The panelists include--

-- Moderator: Ryland Englehart, Kiss the Ground Co-Founder & Executive Director

-- Marshall Johnson, National Audubon Society Dakota Vice-President

-- U.S. Congresswoman Chellie Pingree, Maine 1st District

-- Dr. Drew Smith, Rodale Institute Chief Scientist

-- Tom Newmark, The Carbon Underground Co- Founder & Chair

-- Alex Pryor, Guayaki Yerba Mate Co-Founder & board member

Click Here to register and for more information.

For more information on programs, initiatives, research, assistance available to farmers, and upcoming events, visit the Rodale Institute website. Like them on Facebook. Follow them on Twitter. Check out their YouTube Channel

Related Article:

-- Rodale Institute: New Study Shows Shift To Regenerative Agriculture Could Sequester 100% Of Annual Global Carbon Emissions

-- Rodale Institute: Power Of The Plate: Case For Regenerative Organic Agriculture In Improving Human Health; Live Discussion June 2

-- Rodale Institute Launches Family-Focused Consumer Education Clean Water Initiative To Support Organic Farmers In Delaware Watershed

[Posted: November 27, 2020]  PA Environment Digest

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