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The Two Degrees Show
Weekly Program
Craig Sams, Soil Association Chair and co-founder of Whole Earth Foods and Green & Black's
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Soil Association Chair, Craig Sams tells us how a global transition to organic farming could cut global greenhouses gases by over half the amount we need to stabilise the climate.
Produced by Phil England for Climate Radio
Please drop me an email if you rebroadcast this programme: phil [at]
Soil Association Chair, Craig Sams, has been making some extraordinary claims. He calculates that a worldwide transition to organic farming could help us reduce carbon in the atmosphere by half the amount that we need to in order to stabilise climate change. Sams - who is also the founder of Whole Earth Foods and Green & Blacks Chocolate - sees carbon pricing as a way of making this transition possible. Next week we hope to get a couple of independent experts to examine these claims and their implications.
Craig Sams' Martin Radcliffe Lecture 2005
Soil Association

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00:27:28 1 Jan. 16, 2007
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