Climate Intensive – Natural Systems And Working Lands

Climate change is showing us over and over again that nature bats last. The carbon sequestration potential of natural systems and managed agricultural landscapes is vast, representing nearly one third of the greenhouse gas emissions reductions we need to see. Transforming our food system represents another huge opportunity to reduce our overall greenhouse gas output. The real question is: how we can act on all this potential?

Greg Watson, Director of Policy and Systems Design, Schumacher Center for a New Economics
Renata Brillinger, Executive Director, California Climate and Agriculture Network
Ellie Cohen, Executive Director, Point Blue Conservation Science

Moderated by Teo Grossman, Senior Director of Programs & Research for Bioneers

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