Regenerative agriculture - the agriculture that mimics nature: how farmers and corporations can learn from nature to produce our food while regenerating our land
In this episode, we’re speaking with Felipe Villela from Brazil. He is the co-founder of reNature, an organization based in the Netherlands that works worldwide with farmers and corporations to support the transition toward regenerative agriculture. Considering that 95% of our food starts in soils, regenerating and restoring degraded lands is critical for food security. Felipe brings working solutions to the table on how communities and businesses can regenerate and restore the land following nature’s example.
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Hosts: Jennifer Gacich (FAO) and Mateusz Benko (UNEP)
Producers: Cecilia Casalini (FAO), Giorgia Cherubini (UNEP), Katia de Prado (UNEP), Pierre Flecheux (UNEP) and James Obata (FAO).
Music © “Jungle” by DayFox
Picture © Felipe Villela
- reNature website
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- renature LinkedIn
- Finalist UNEP 2019 Young Champion of the Earth
- TEDx Video: reNature Solution
- UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration