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Zero Foodprint is part of Regeneration International, a project of the Organic Consumers Association, that is dedicated to building a global network of farmers, scientists, businesses, activists, educators, journalists, governments and consumers who will promote and put into practice regenerative agriculture and land-use practices that: provide abundant, nutritious food; revive local economies; rebuild soil fertility and biodiversity; and restore climate stability by returning carbon to the soil, through the natural process of photosynthesis.
The 4p1000 initiative calculated that a 0.4% (4 per 1000) increase in carbon storage per year across the top 30-40cm of the world's topsoil is all it takes to stop the increase of harmful atmospheric carbon globally. It's a global policy initiative of which Zero Foodprint (Asia) is a part of. If adopted and implemented on a large scale by the countries that have signed on to the Paris climate deal, it has the power to cool the planet and feed the world.
An international coalition of leading researchers, scientists and policymakers that have come together to offer a set of realistic and bold solutions to climate change. 15 out of the top 20 climate solutions are related to food, agriculture and land use.
This videos dives into what regenerative organic farming is together with the Rodale Institute. It emphasizes the importance of soil health and explains practices like cover cropping, crop rotation, holistic animal grazing, and the use of compost.
An informative short video explaining the importance of soil narrated by the one and only, Michael Pollan.
A movie on Netflix that showcases the power of regenerative agriculture. The science is explained in simple terms with plenty of visually striking graphics and animation.
A HK based non-profit organization that participates in greening work as well as popularizing regenerative farming methods that promotes the health of the land.