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 The Two Degrees Show 
 The Assessment
 Weekly Program
 Prof. Peter Smith, Phil Metcalfe
 Climate Radio  
 For non-profit use only.
Last week Craig Sams (Soil Association Chair and co-founder of Whole Earth Foods and Green & Blacks chocolate) told us how he thinks a worldwide transition to organic farming could help us reduce carbon in the atmosphere by half the amount that we nee
Produced by Phil England for Climate Radio
Please drop me an email if you rebroadcast this programme: phil [at]
Peter Smith is Professor of Soils & Global Change, School of Biological Sciences, University of Aberdeen and lead author on the UN IPCC's Fourth Assessment Report chapter on agriculture's role in climate change mitigation. Phil Metcalfe is an organics expert at ADAS who co-authored â??Energy use in organic farming systemsâ?? (DEFRA, 2000). References: Energy use in organic farming systems (DEFRA, 2000)
Carbon Sequestration in Agricultural Soils (DEFRA, 2003)
Climate Change and Organic Farming (Soil Association resources)
Stanford University Nitrates Study (2006)
Rodale Institute Study
European Climate Change Programme - Agricultural Soils (2005)
Organic Farming and the Environment (DEFRA, 2003) <>
Can Organic Farming Feed The World? (Colin Tudge, 2005)
Jonathan Porritt â??Hard To Swallowâ?? (Guardian, 2006)
The Global Benefits of Eating Less Meat (CIWF, 2004)

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