Organic Farming

Organic farming is a type of agriculture that has two closely related objectives: to safeguard the health of the Earth, and at the same time one of its inhabitants, that agricultural products they eat. The health of the Earth (capital T) depends on the health of the Earth (lower case t). Compromised by the now notorious greenhouse gas. Industries, cars, heating and air conditioning are considered the major contributor of C02 emissions that are causing the increase in global temperature. But do not be concealed that the complete cycle of agriculture accounts for 30% of global warming. The chemicals used in conventional agriculture: fertilizers, herbicides, fungicides, insecticides, pesticides cause the loss of organic matter from the soil. The organic matter retains the carbon when it decreases, the carbon is released into the air imprisoned not more, where it combines with oxygen. Giving rise to carbon dioxide: Carbon dioxide, the notorious and dangerous. The Kyoto Protocol requires us to reduce CO2 emissions by 6.5 in the four years began last January. Fined layer. A counter placed on the site of Kyoto shows that Italy's debt increases by € 47 per second. More than 4 million Euros per day. One way to reduce emissions (and the resulting penalties) is to give more space (literally: to give the field) to organic farming, which does not use chemicals: the soil is fertilized with organic fertilizer only, that is, with manure .