Joel Salatin [ Carbon Sequestration 17:04 ] Sunbeams are the essence of poetry. Dreams, fantasy, fairy tales; sunbeams. And yet, as esoteric and mystical as sunbeams are, they are the energy driver of the planet in a very visceral, physical, scientific, empirical sense. But if I asked you to go out and grab me some sunbeams, we know they’re valuable, right? Well, grab
BILL MOYERS [ Climate Adaptation ] So if we now have representative government in name only, and are governed instead by corporations and their lobbyists, what’s to be done? Tim Dechristopher wrestled with that reality and decided what he would do. As a result, he spent almost two years in prison. He’s out now, and you can learn the whole story in the
Alan Savory [ Carbon Sequestration 22:12 ] The most massive tsunami perfect storm is bearing down upon us. This perfect storm is mounting a grim reality, increasingly grim reality, and we are facing that reality with the full belief that we can solve our problems with technology, and that’s very understandable. Now, this perfect storm that we are facing is the result of
David Roberts [ Carbon Sequestration 17:43 ] This talk started out of a Twitter conversation. I haven’t decided whether to be embarrassed about that or not. But I was on Twitter one day and a relatively prominent left of centre pundit, piped up and said “You know, climate change seems like a really big deal, why are so few people talking about it?
Seth Itzkan [ Carbon Sequestration 7:53 ] It is my pleasure to tell you about a remarkable innovation to restore grassland to reverse climate change. This innovation, however, requires an unlikely ally in one of the world’s most vilified creatures: cattle. Raise your hand if you are suspicious that cattle can be an ally in reversing global warming. Well you feel that way,
Tony Lovell [ Carbon Sequestration 20:45 ] explains the reasoning behind how more green growing plants means more captured carbon dioxide — more water — more production — more biodiversity — more profit. A 1% change in soil organic matter across just one-quarter of the World’s land area could sequester 300 billion tonnes of physical CO2. People confuse complexity with complication. Complicated problems
Ichsani Wheeler [ Carbon Sequestration 19:53 ] Good morning everyone, my name is Ichsani. I’m here to tell you a story about carbon. It is a substance that gets referred to very often. I think you’ll hear a lot more about it today. But we’ll start the story with something that doesn’t quite look like soil, that I want you to have a