Regenesis: Feeding the World Without Devouring the Planet

Category: Book
By (author): Monbiot, George
Subject:  NON-FICTION / General
  SCIENCE / Global Warming & Climate Change
  SOCIAL SCIENCE / Agriculture & Food (see also POLITICAL SCIENCE / Public Poli
  TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING / Agriculture / Sustainable Agriculture
Publisher: Penguin Canada
Published: May 2022
Format: Book-paperback
Pages: 320
Size: 7.75in x 5.06in
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What if there were a way to stop climate change and end global hunger at the same time?

The way we feed ourselves is destroying the planet, and a collection of crises have brought the global food supply to its breaking point. But it doesn't have to be this way. With technology that already exists, we could sustainably provide everyone on the planet with a healthy diet. By cultivating hydrogen-eating bacteria, deep-rooted plants, and much richer communities of insects--coupled with existing technology to reduce our dependence on meat.--we can dramatically reduce our carbon footprint, solve world hunger, and halt the sixth extinction at the same time.
George Monbiot is an internationally renowned climate activist, widely known for bringing bold, creative thinking to the climate and ecological crises facing our planet. Now, he turns his attention to the global food system to offer a reimagining of the way we feed ourselves on a scale to fit the urgency of the problems we face.

Biographical Note

GEORGE MONBIOT is one of the world's most influential radical thinkers. Celebrated for both their originality and the depth of their research, his Guardian columns are syndicated all over the world. Monbiot is the author of the bestselling books Captive State, The Age of Consent, Bring on the Apocalypse, and Heat, as well as the investigative travel books Poisoned Arrows, Amazon Watershed, and No Man's Land. Among the many prizes he has won is the UN Global 500 award for outstanding environmental achievement, presented to him by Nelson Mandela. He recently helped to found Rewilding Britain, which seeks to redefine people's relationship to the living world.