Can farmers be climate champions?

David McMillan2019-11-29


Farmers are at the forefront of our fight against climate change. While they are among the most vulnerable to climatic variations and extreme weather events, farmers who engage in regenerative practices are climate champions, offsetting our shared environmental footprint and improving their own resilience.

It’s all about making more of this:      LIVING SOIL

Check out this video to learn more about how agriculture can be a solution to climate change.


Produced by Équiterre and Régénération Canada
Directed by Jean-Marc Abela
This video was produced for World Soil Day 2019.

Duration: 7 min.

Available in: English, French

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