As mentioned in my previous blog, I'm very excited reading the DRAWDOWN book! In addition to describing many currently proven and viable future high-tech solutions like harnessing renewable energy and electric vehicles, there are many low-tech solutions proven to make a huge difference.
Some of these proven low-tech solutions involve how we grow our food supply. Here are a few ideas the book discusses:
* Let rice field dry out in mid-season to prevent methane buildup
* Allow cattle to roam in forests to reduce deforestation
* Plant multiple crops together to improve biodiversity and health of soil; for example - in tropical areas can plant coconut, banana, and ginger together
* Keep fields vegetated rather than exposing soil to reduce erosion and loss of the carbon sink