Carbon Farming - The Perennial
Trav Fryer

When we started working on The Perennial, we expected that reducing our fossil fuel use would be the most important action we could take. But as we learned, agriculture accounts for about 30% of greenhouse gas emissions worldwide, and farming has been a source of greenhouse gas ever since its invention about 10,000 years ago, when humans began clearing forests and plowing the land, which releases carbon dioxide from the soil into the air.