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Jul 18, 2016

Are you concerned about our planet's degradation? Allan Savory, of the Savory Institute, has fresh ideas for how to reverse the situation and restore our deteriorating grasslands. As a young man studying zoology and botany in South Africa, he challenged the presuppositions regarding what was causing climate change. He, too, at one point, thought that perhaps too many animals was the problem, but he came to a different conclusion when he saw the ineffectiveness of that approach.

Now he believes that the answer can be found in holistic management. The idea is to properly manage the tools at our disposal, including animals! Holistic management can also be applied to our own lives, whether we live in cities or farms. It's a concept that can improve the environment and health of "team humanity" all over the globe.

Visit Allan's website: savory.global

Find more resources on our website: westonaprice.org

2 Comments
  • five and a half years ago
    Aj Drakie
    This two-part interview is fantastic! I've listened to it twice and will come back again and again.
    Thank you for making this available.
  • six and a half years ago
    gustav soeborg
    come on world, we need to do right things soon
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