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How Organics Fight Climate Change

U.S. scientist and Associate Director of Science Programs at The Organic Center Dr. Tracy Misiewicz explains how practices commonly used in organic agriculture can help to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and how they are a good defence against pests extreme weather events like floods and droughts. Misiewicz also shows how organic ag practices are a handy tool in building soil carbon, a critical component in soil health and soil fertility.

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