Friday, June 10, 2016

What Massive Land Rehabilitation Project 
Teaches Us About Ecological Health, Poverty
& Our Prospects For The Future
Dr. Mercola special focus .. The Chinese Loess Plateau regeneration project proves that in a mere decade, a community can transform a desert landscape into a lush, thriving landscape capable of producing abundant amounts of food .. "Floods, mudslides, droughts and famines are not inevitable. They’re the result of improper land management. Poverty is also closely connected to land degradation, and is therefore not an inevitable fate either .. Modern agriculture drives destruction of ecological systems, polluting soils, air and water, and uses so much water it threatens to deplete ancient aquifers that cannot be replenished." .. 53 minutes

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