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A believable solution to climate change? This film may have it

“Thanks to industrial agriculture—which has its origins in the synthetic poisons created in Nazi German laboratories—soil erosion is accelerating almost beyond comprehension. According to the film, a third of the earth’s topsoil has been lost since the 1970s. At current rates, the rest of it will be gone in 60 years.

“Poor land leads to poor people,” the film concludes.

But there’s hope. And a solid plan.”

-Columbia Insight

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