With a clear need to reduce the CO2 impact from farming, could regenerative farming be the answer to creating a healthier planet?
In this episode of the Table Talk Podcast, recorded in April this year just as the coronavirus pandemic was beginning to cause lockdown worldwide, Ethan Soloviev, Chief Innovation Officer, HowGood.com explains how regenerative farming works, how it can help reduce CO2 in the atmosphere, and provide much-needed security to our food supply chain.
About Ethan Soloviev
Ethan Soloviev is a farmer in upstate New York and the Chief Innovation Officer at HowGood.com, where he manages the world’s largest product sustainability database: 127 impact attributes across 33,000 unique ingredients and 1,000,000+ products.
He develops metrics for Fortune 100 retail and CPG companies that cut through inefficiency and radically transform business decision-making towards sustainability. Ethan is the author of Regenerative Agriculture, Regenerative Enterprise, and the monthly Regeneration Newsroom; you can read his latest articles on agriculture, business, and life at ethansoloviev.com
HowGood is a mission-driven, independent research company with the largest database on food and personal care product sustainability in the industry. With 1,000,000+ products rated, HowGood helps leading retailers and brands improve their environmental and social impact. As an Amazon Associate HowGood earns from qualifying purchases.