Thursday, February 13: A Better Way to a Cooler Planet: Water, Carbon, & Microbes

A Better Way to a Cooler Planet: Water, Carbon, & Microbes

Join us for a talk and discussion with Spero Latchis, founder of Living Soil Network. He’ll share how we can use simple practical methods to quickly cool the earth and create climate stability. Our planet functions as a symbiotic ecosystem. When we examine climate from this scientific perspective, solutions present themselves that are not apparent by focusing on carbon dioxide alone. By understanding the natural cycles of microbes, plants, soil, and water, we discover nature’s key to restoring a healthy living planet.

About the Presenter: Spero Latchis CCH. is the founder of Living Soil Network and longtime students of soil microbiologists Dr. Elaine Ingham and professor Walter Jehne. He regularly lectures on the profound relationship between soil health, human health, and planetary health.

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