The world has already faced and overcome a global environmental crisis: the hole in the ozone layer. What this triumph can teach us about stopping climate collapse.
Salo Coslovsky is Associate Professor of Urban Planning and Public Service at New York University, where he teaches courses related to public administration and economic development. He received his B.A. in Public Administration from FGV-SP, a masters’ degree in Law and Diplomacy from the Fletcher School at Tufts University, and a PhD in Urban Studies and Planning at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Since March 2020 he is an associated researcher with the Amazonia 2030 initiative. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Upon closer examination, agroforestry reveals a sophisticated operation, wherein each plant and animal species is introduced or tolerated according to a careful assessment as in the famous japanese production system. It has the potential to provide a bright future for the recuperation of degraded lands and Amazonian agriculture.