work in progress
Unless it is stopped, the industries of animal agriculture (7,000,000,000 animals killed every year) and fishing (2,300,000,000,000 killed every year) will cause so much pollution that the planet will not be able to sustain much, if any, life. This is even if all of the other measures known about are taken to avert climate breakdown.
We quickly need to embrace the solutions like getting rid of animal agriculture, animal farms and the fishing industry and working to a plant-based food system. Rewilding is known to be one of, if not, the best solutions for reversing and lessening pollution. www.rewildingbritain.org.uk
Planting trees indiscriminately isn't a solution. Evidence shows that trees in cold icy areas don't help, yet, in hot climates do. Should everything planted also be a food plant?
An ecologist article about converting animal farms into forests which is also reported by the Vegconomist here.
The use of chemicals on the land needs to stop. Pesticide use is another killer of wildlife.
Vegan Organic Network
Vegan Agriculture Network a North American resource
How To Grow Vegan
Wikipedia entry for Animal-Free Agriculture
Tollhurst Farm - a 17 acre farm and an excellent example of stockfree, vegan organic, farm
Stories of farmers Gone Vegan
Farmers becoming humane
Elmhurst Milked - a dairy that switched to plant-milk
There are various ways to replenish the soil naturally; growing hemp is one of the most efficient.
Small home growing plots.
Research on Fungal-Dominated Compost and Carbon Sequestration