Microorganisms: A Key Solution for Climate, Soil, Food, and Our Health / Hosted by: Climate Action Now
April 13 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Climate Action Now presents: Microorganisms: A Key Solution for Climate, Soil, Food, and Our Health
REGISTER HERE for this meeting. The talk is free, but registration is required.
with Ellen Moyer, PhD, PE, LEED
We routinely kill beneficial microorganisms, with disastrous consequences for human and environmental health. Instead, we can promote beneficial microorganisms to help change dangerous trends that threaten our future. Through regenerative agriculture, the interconnected microbiomes of soil, food, and humans can help stabilize the climate, rebuild degraded soils, secure our food supply, and reverse and prevent chronic disease. One of the most effective actions a person can take to help the climate is to eat healthier food.
Ellen Moyer, PhD, PE, LEED, is an independent environmental engineer and author of the award-winning book, Our Earth, Our Species, Our Selves: How to Thrive While Creating a Sustainable World. Dr. Moyer helps government agencies and Fortune 500 companies clean up hazardous waste sites, protect environmental resources, analyze impacts, and provide educational outreach. She has worked with microorganisms to remediate soil and groundwater contaminants at waste sites throughout the US.