• TerryS @TerryS Purbrook - updated 5mo

    No net zero without fixing fertiliser

    For those who like petitions.

    The impact is a little unclear. "Modelling shows that if the whole of Europe switched to an organic or agroecological food and farming system, we would see a 40% drop in emissions. .." 40% drop in which emissions?

    This is another aspect that does not appear to have been considered in the Government's Net Zero policy.

    There are plenty of other reasons not to use artificial fertilisers.

    https://act.soilassociation.org/fix-fertiliser?utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=social_organic&utm_campaign=fix_fertiliser&utm_content=oslaunch#

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