We know from recent studies that organic farming can help combat global warming. Data from the Rodale Institute’s long-running comparison of organic and conventional cropping systems confirms that organic methods are far more effective at removing the greenhouse gas, carbon dioxide, from the atmosphere and fixing it as beneficial organic matter in the soil. Over 23 years, there’s been a 15 to 28% increase in soil carbon in organic systems, with virtually no increase in non-organic systems. It’s seems that shifting to more organic farming can help to alleviate some of the climate change problems we are facing.
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