The British Ecological Society Policy Team is seeking authors to contribute to a new report on regenerative agriculture. The term “regenerative agriculture” is gaining traction and it is increasingly being used in different contexts with a variety of meanings by academics, policy-makers, NGOs and land managers. The lack of an agreed definition could result in a loss of credibility of the term, which could be used by companies to become more appealing to environmentally-aware consumers, with little scrutiny.
Yet another great article from The Ecologist — this time, the quest by recently passed Polly Higgins (barrister turned environmentalist) who worked to get laws in order to create the new crime of ecocide — – the mass destruction of ecosystems – mirroring the existing international law against genocide – the mass destruction of peoples.
Everyone has something to offer in the quest to save and protect our environment.
Get involved — from volunteering on eco projects, cutting back on consumption, helping educate others on what they can do to help — or in Polly’s case: change laws to support progress… EVERY bit helps!