Using organic agriculture is one of the easiest ways to reduce our carbon footprint.
Because it relies on non-petroleum-based inputs to enrich soil, organic agriculture helps to reduce our dependency on fossil fuel.
Organic agriculture removes carbon dioxide from the air and sequesters it, further helping to combat global warming.
At the same time, organic agriculture enhances ecosystem resilience, enabling farmers to cope with the challenges associated with drought, moisture stress, pests and disease.
Read on to learn how organic is leading the charge against climate change.
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