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Greg Hart is a leader in the regenerative farming movement in New Zealand.

In this TEDxAuckland talk, Greg - farmer and steward of Māngārara Station - shares his vision of restoring paradise through regenerative agriculture. He explains how after 15 years of regenerating, his farm is now close to carbon neutral and is seeing an explosion of insect life and an increase in biodiversity.

Greg discusses the key principles of regenerative agriculture, including optimising life, building resilience, and integrating animals. He emphasises the importance of the food system in reversing global warming and restoring human health. He also touches on the need for a paradigm shift in our thinking and connection with nature to create a positive impact on the environment.

Greg encourages people to embark on their own regenerative journey and to learn about where their food comes from and how it's grown.

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