Sustainable Agriculture

Carbon Footprint: The Food We Eat

You've probably seen this statement if you read sustainability news: going fully vegan could reduce the carbon footprint associated with the food you consume by up to 73%. However, many sources misquote this statistic, and state that going vegan could reduce your overall carbon footprint by up to 70 or 80%. This is not true.

Sustainable Farming: from One to Many

As farming methods have evolved in the age of industrialization, we've moved away from community-based farming in which small, diverse farms supported local needs. As yields have increased, our ability to feed a global population has increased. But, ironically, in connecting crops to a broader audience, we've lost our community.

Sustainable Farming Methods

In this video, we explore how different farming methods, particularly those that have evolved to increase productivity and reduce the cost of food are impacting the environment, particularly looking at long-term soil health. We review the research on global agricultural practice and provide guidance as to how individual food choice can shape the future.

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