June 11, 2014
Yes, I think the solution is to offer incentives for conventional farmers to switch to organic farming. You need an environmental policy that addresses agriculture and clean water, not just talking about clean energy. Organic farming would help keep water clean and eliminate petroleum based fertilizer. This would immediately lower carbon emissions. I like the book, Rodale: The Organic Manifesto, which argues for more organic farms. The other problem is plastic, which we have way too much of. Discarded plastic becomes part of the food chain when it breaks down in the ocean.
I'm not sure.
I live in Geneva and drink the water.
Hello! I'm really interested in joining as I have been an avid environmentalist my whole life. I really in to organic food and recycling. I'm interested in learning about factory farms and antibiotics. I want to know more about sustainable living