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  1. Changing The Narrative On Climate Change With Anne Therese Gennari

    Climate Optimist Anne Therese Gennari talks about her book and how she is shifting the narrative around climate change.

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  2. Regeneration: The Hope Below our Feet With John Roulac

    The climate crisis is real, and we are now only several harvests away from famine and starvation. But what if there was a solution that already exists to help save the earth and its people? Here to discuss regeneration is John Roulac. John is a hemp innovator, serial entrepreneur, investor, philanthropist, writer, and champion of regenerative agriculture. He was also the founder of organic superfoods brand Nutiva. In this episode, he joins Corinna Bellizzi to share his mission leading a movement toward organic regenerative farming and healthier soils. John talks about helping local farmers, fostering regeneration communities, and promoting agroforestry and food forests as a means to revive barren land. All these contribute to the goal of revolutionizing how the world eats and hopefully saving the planet. Be inspired to do your part with the incredible information from this episode and learn consumer practices that will help support the cause.

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  3. Regenerative Agriculture: Mitigating Climate Change And Yielding Quality Produce With Caryl Levine And Ken Lee

    Every culture has a different use of rice and how to grow it. Some farm practices harm our environment by damaging the soil through massive disturbances. In this episode, Caryl Levine and Ken Lee, Authors of Rice Is Life and Co-founders and Co-CEOs of Lotus Foods, explain that the future of food lies in the practice of regenerative agriculture. Minimizing the physical disturbance of soil keeps a huge amount of carbon dioxide from releasing into the atmosphere. This practice of building organic matter on the soil not only helps mitigate climate change effects but also creates a resilient environment where plants thrive, resulting in more productive yields. Tune in to this conversation and learn more from Caryl and Ken as they share more insights about the future of food and regenerative agriculture.


    Key takeaways from the episode:

    • How rice is grown using less water
    • Benefits of regenerative farming
    • Practical steps to try regenerative farming
    • Why Rice Is Life
    • The movement to fight climate change through changing methods in agriculture


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