We can’t count on better management of soils to solve the climate crisis
Nearly all nitrogen pollution stems from agriculture, which strives to feed more than 7 billion of us with low-cost abundance.
As the ocean’s stocks of fishes have been depleted under existing policy, some dramatic new changes are needed.
We must look beyond the self-centered view that we are the only masters of our own survival.
It has been of great interest among plant geneticists to develop other crop plants that avoid photorespiration.
Soy milk seems to leave the smallest footprint on the environment.
Potassium…. may emerge as problematic…. as large areas of highly weathered tropical soils….are converted to agriculture.