POLYFARMING PARTICIPATES IN THE DELIBERATIVE SESSIONS ON THE STRATEGY FOR ADAPTATION TO CLIMATE CHANGE IN CATALONIA
Polyfarming has contributed to the 'rural and urban agenda' axis as a mechanism that has to facilitate adaptation to the impacts of climate change.
REGENERATIVE AGRICULTURE AND LIVESTOCK ARE KEY TO INCREASING SOIL CARBON: THE NEW RODALE INSTITUTE REPORT
Regenerative agriculture and regenerative livestock can help mitigate climate change, as states in the report 'Regenerative organic agriculture and the soil carbon solution' prepared by the Rodale Institute.
The Polyfarming project has starred in the 'Món Sostenible' radio program, broadcast on the Catalan radio channel, Radio Silenci.
Proposing new adaptation measures to climate change in marginal mid-mountain areas in areas of La Rioja, Aragon and Catalonia, while improving their socioeconomic development is the main objective of the Life MIDMACC project.
The regenerative agriculture is a tool to increase carbon sequestration and soil fertility. This is the concept that Marc Gracia explained during the conference 'PASTUCAR'.
Marc Gràcia, Polyfarming coordinator and CREAF researcher, participated in the IFOAM International Animal Husbandry Alliance (IAHA).