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Adam Sacks - The Climate Imperative

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Adam Sacks, Executive Director, Biodiversity for a Livable Climate

Adam Sacks introduces carbon farming for cities and suburbs, using green plants to pull carbon out of the atmosphere and store it in the soil. It’s by far the most promising means to tackle global warming, and it’s something that everyone everywhere can help with. He suggests how we may address the pending food and water crises, and move climate action and local self-sufficiency toward creating biodiversity, planetary regeneration and abundance.

Presented at the Urban and Suburban Carbon Farming to Reverse Global Warming conference at Harvard University on May 3, 2015, organized by Biodiversity for a Livable Climate.

www.bio4climate.org

Adam Sacks, Executive Director, Biodiversity for a Livable Climate

Adam Sacks introduces carbon farming for cities and suburbs, using green plants to pull carbon out of the atmosphere and store it in the soil. It’s by far the most promising means to tackle global warming, and it’s something that everyone everywhere can help with. He suggests how we may address the pending food and water crises, and move climate action and local self-sufficiency toward creating biodiversity, planetary regeneration and abundance.

Presented at the Urban and Suburban Carbon Farming to Reverse Global Warming conference at Harvard University on May 3, 2015, organized by Biodiversity for a Livable Climate.

www.bio4climate.org

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  1. 1. Emissions reductions aren’tworking
  2. 2. Last house on Holland Island
  3. 3. Chloroplasts
  4. 4. Healthy landscape
  5. 5. In the lab . . .
  6. 6. Atmosphere
  7. 7. Soils
  8. 8. Weather
  9. 9. n d M e r c u r y
  10. 10. WW I victory gardens
  11. 11. WW II victory gardens
  12. 12. London bomb garden
  13. 13. No turns
  14. 14. Zim - before
  15. 15. Zim - after
  16. 16. Too much outrage . . .
  17. 17. Futility work
  18. 18. Soylent Green [ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A ]

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