You’ve probably already heard about regenerative agriculture. If not from Ecosia, then from anyone else, really. It’s become somewhat of a buzzword.
What is less spoken about in the discussions around regenerative farming is climate justice.
However, because the way we eat affects natural landscapes, as well as the livelihoods of those producing our food, the question of how we eat is inextricably linked to racial and economic inequalities.
Watch the video above to learn more about why regenerative farming practices that employ traditional, indigenous knowledge, could not only mitigate climate change, but also restore food sovereignty and advance climate justice.