A powerful tool for curbing climate change is right beneath our feet ... soil! Carbon farming, also called regenerative agriculture, is a revolutionary method that traps carbon from the air into the ground to produce nutritious food. Instead of tilling and using agrochemicals, farmers let the natural ecosystem do the work. We visit pioneers of this method, including Gabe Brown in the US and Yoshida Toshimichi in Japan.

Gabe Brown, a pioneer in regenerative agriculture
Yoshida Toshimichi farming on a microorganism-rich soil
Yoshida shares his carbon farming method with farmers and home gardeners
Even weeds are put to use on Yoshida's farm