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How carbon-smart farming can feed us and fight climate change at the same time

Japanese permaculturist Shinji Yotsui holds a handful of compost during a permaculture workshop in Hokuto. Image: REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao

Poornima Parameswaran

Co-founder and VP of Science Technology and Innovation , Trace Genomics

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