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Shuswap Perspectives

Shuswap Climate Action's Conversation with Eli Pivnick on Regenerative Agriculture  

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Conversation with Eli Pivnick
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There has been a lot of talk about “regenerative” farming as a means to reduce GHG emissions. As a sector, the food system as a whole is responsible for anywhere from 10-18% (or more) of global GHG emissions with the higher estimate accounting for deforestation associated with land clearing and land use for crops and livestock. Julia Beatty of SCAS spoke with Eli Pivnick, a former research scientist with Agriculture Canada, about exactly how it works and what the benefits are with respect to reducing the impacts on our climate. 

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