Unbroken Ground explains the critical role food will play in the next frontier of our efforts to solve the environmental crisis. It explores four areas of agriculture that aim to change our relationship to the land and oceans. Most of our food is produced using methods that reduce biodiversity, decimate soil and contribute to climate change. We believe our food can and should be a part of the solution to the environmental crisis – grown, harvested and produced in ways that restore our land, water and wildlife. The film tells the story of four groups that are pioneers in the fields of regenerative agriculture, regenerative grazing, diversified crop development and restorative fishing.
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James Nestor is a journalist who has written for Outside magazine, Men's Journal, Scientific American, Dwell magazine, National Public Radio, The New York Times, The Atlantic, the San Francisco Chronicle magazine, and others. His new book Breath: The New Science of a Lost Art is available now: https://www.amazon.com/Breath-New-Sci...
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This Kumiko panel will be a part of a screen in our backyard. I need to make more panels and as that's going to take more time, I've decided to make this video on how the panel was made. I'll make a seperate video showing the finished screen, so be sure to check that out.
The "War on Ownership" is absolutely 100% real, and the sad thing is that the younger generations don't seem to see it happening. I remember seeing a Bloomberg quicktake a while back about uber/lyft and driverless cars and i'm pretty sure a CEO of one of those companies said he knew that people didn't want to own cars and wanted to create "mobility as a service"