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Will farmers save the planet? (Agroecology)

Unread Messageby gildas » 26/03/20, 10:28

Hello,

Yesterday on France 3 in exhibits: Will farmers save the planet? To review here:
https://www.france.tv/france-3/pieces-a ... anete.html

At 30'30: It is said that eating beef would be more polluting than driving a 4x4 every day. Farmers practicing regenerative breeding say the opposite!
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Re: Will farmers save the planet? (Agroecology)

Unread Messageby izentrop » 26/03/20, 11:30

Hello,
It starts with "pesticides ... blah blah ..." Like this was the main problem : roll: On the other hand, mediatically it calls out and it is indeed the aim of the media which have every economic interest in putting the focus on this aspect.
Gildas wrote: At 30'30: It is said that eating beef would be more polluting than driving a 4x4 every day. Farmers practicing regenerative breeding say the opposite!
Not only them, I only listened to the beginning, they talk about Noblia who is far from the majority.
Besides making organic, to have enough organic matter to avoid synthetic fertilizers, breeding is essential.
When all the organic matter generated by the people is actually recycled, the situation may change.
beef would be more polluting than driving a 4X4 every day
This is L214 misinformation
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Re: Will farmers save the planet? (Agroecology)

Unread Messageby Ahmed » 26/03/20, 11:40

When all the organic matter generated by human beings is actually recycled, the situation may change.

Why not start there? It's not any more difficult than practicing breeding ...
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Unread Messageby Janic » 26/03/20, 12:35

This is L214 misinformation
Oh, the joker! : Cry:
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Unread Messageby izentrop » 26/03/20, 12:36

Ahmed wrote:
When all the organic matter generated by human beings is actually recycled, the situation may change.

Why not start there? It's not any more difficult than practicing breeding ...
Bin papa's dry toilets are still more restrictive than everything in the sewer and in the minds of people our excrement is dirty and then the application technique for the city is not yet found.

Knowing that the reprocessing of water recovers only 4% of this OM, there is still work, significant investments to be expected and above all a radical change to be made.
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Unread Messageby Janic » 26/03/20, 12:38

Knowing that the reprocessing of water recovers only 4% of this OM, there is still work, significant investments to be expected and above all a radical change to be made.
which shows that the real problem is urban concentration!
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Unread Messageby Ahmed » 26/03/20, 12:49

... and the unwillingness to tackle this question!
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Unread Messageby izentrop » 26/03/20, 13:37

Ahmed wrote: the z'humans
You changed the text, maybe you thought like me about the Borrowers ... I really liked it at the time
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Sorry for the flaw. : Oops:
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Unread Messageby Ahmed » 26/03/20, 14:40

No, sorry, I don't have your television culture .. It was just a proofreader's reflex ...
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Unread Messageby Janic » 26/03/20, 16:50

It was just a proofreader's reflex ...
worms? 8)
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