Regenesis: Feeding the World without Killing the Planet
So we all know we can't keep going on like we are. Industrial and commercial farming practices have lead to mass deforestation, pollution and climate change, and still millions of people go hungry every day. It can feel like an insurmountable problem.
Rather than just putting his head in the sand, environmental activist George Monbiot uses this book to investigate new forms of food production - kinder both to the planet and to people as consumers. He discusses advances in soil ecology, and meets the producers at the forefront of cutting edge innovations.
This is a thoroughly researched and well written argument in favour of revolutionising modern farming and finding ways to balance both what we and the planet need to thrive, that will leave you feeling more positive about the future.
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Hard back, approx. 26 x 22 x 2cm