John W. Roulac

John W. Roulac is the founder of RE Botanicals and Nutiva, and 5 ecological nonprofit groups. He's written 4 books and co-producer of the film Kiss the Ground.

Articles by this author

A water-level view in Glacier National Park, Montana. Regenerative Agriculture, explains Roulac, describes "farming and grazing practices that reverse climate change by rebuilding soil organic matter and restoring degraded soil biodiversity—resulting in both carbon drawdown and an improved water cycle." (Photo: Cavan Images/via Getty Images) Views
Wednesday, February 17, 2021
Making America's Rivers Blue Again: Connecting the Dots Between Regenerative Agriculture and Healthy Waterways
Two hundred years ago, before the Industrial Revolution, the rivers across North America ran clear and blue. Rivers from the mighty Mississippi to the Columbia flowed wild and clean into the sea. In the 1800s and 1900s, the growth of manufacturing and agriculture a cross the continent brought...
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Sunday, August 30, 2015
Why Are Climate Groups Only Focused on 50% of the Solution?
To the leadership at Greenpeace, Sierra Club,, Environmental Defense Fund, Natural Resources Defense Council and all other climate groups: Your organizations have worked very hard, collectively, to reduce world reliance on carbon-centric oil, gas and coal. Thanks to your work to reduce...
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