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The (Boring) Carbon Cycle

Carbon is the most important element on Earth and the best way to begin explaining its significance is with the terribly important carbon cycle.

Talking Grass, Soil, Hope

Courtney White and host Alex Wise discuss the profound impact that could result from some simple changes in ranching and farming practices

After Paris: The Soil Story

At COP21 last month, I had the honor of being part of a delegation from Regeneration International (RI) that went to Paris to make a case for soil carbon as a mitigation strategy for climate change and I’m happy to report that our effort exceeded expectations!

Growing Topsoil

Is topsoil a renewable resource or a nonrenewable resource, especially in dry or degraded landscapes?

2% Solutions for the Planet

Since we live in an era of big problems, we tend to spend our time thinking of big solutions. Thinking big, however, can have a paralyzing effect on taking action.

An Unprecedented Future

I can see The Age of Consequences from my home.

The Second Decade

We live in what sustainability pioneer Wes Jackson calls “the most important moment in human history.”

Little Normals

Resilience means seeking out the little normals – the constants in human nature, including the behaviors, institutions, and durable scales, that have stood the test of time – and reengaging with them meaningfully.

Nature's Cafe

Few questions have generated more books, articles, studies, lectures, fads, arguments, or confusion in recent years than this one: What should we eat if we want to be healthy?

Meet the Beetles

One of nature’s most important and overlooked carbon farmers is also an ancient symbol of regeneration and renewal: the scarab.