Philanthropy can help tilt the incentives needed to usher in a regenerative and agroecological transition centering farmers and landscape stewards.
Chefs have the power to steer the conversation toward regenerative agriculture, a practice that gives back to the Earth and yields more nutritious, tastier ingredients.
Regenerative farming can improve soil health. Can these practices also help communities reduce the severity of wildfires?
Regenerative agriculture is gaining traction, promising to mitigate the climate crisis and improve food systems, but its power can’t be unleashed automatically.
Founder of the Organic Consumers Association, Cummins advocated strongly for a just transition to a food and farming system that served people and the planet.
Droughts have increased globally by nearly 30 percent since 2000. Sustainable land management practices can restore the soil and promote resilience.
Senior decision-makers met at the Regenerative Agriculture and Food Systems Summit to discuss opportunities and challenges for the future of sustainable agriculture practices.
By offering support and knowledge to Indigenous communities, the organization K’allam’p is working to inspire resilient food systems while strengthening the sovereignty of the Andean people of Ecuador. K’allam’p (pronounced ka-jahm-pah) aims to promote regenerative, holistic land management as well…
About a third of arable land is now moderately to severely degraded, but cover crops offer a potential solution.