Main benefit 1:
Soil use and management influence climate change by altering emissions of greenhouse gases to the atmosphere. Regenerative land management can reduce these emissions and remove CO2 from the atmosphere by storing it in the soil.
Main benefit 2:
A world food crisis looms if greenhouse gas emissions go unchecked. The impacts of climate change on arable land will drive food prices up and cause widespread food instability. But there are solutions, including increasing soil organic carbon stocks through sustainable and regenerative land management.
Main benefit 3:
Regenerative land use and management practices have additional benefits beyond increasing soil organic carbon. These include reducing the sedimentation of waterways and reservoirs, facilitating the biodegradation of pollutants, and improving the quality of groundwater, rivers, and oceans.