Current agricultural practices are harmful to nature and the planet, destroying precious habitats and causing significant biodiversity loss. Through regenerative agriculture, agriculture systems can become resilient, nurture and restore soil health, enrich biodiversity, contribute to the climate trajectory, while supporting farm communities.
The current agricultural system has for decades been focused on increasing yields through standardization and harmful inputs. Shifting to an agricultural system that can meet the demands of a growing population without sacrificing nature will require action across every level of the value chain.
Regenerative agricultural practices create more resilient production methods and supply chains. Beyond creating operational resilience, there is a growing demand from consumers for more responsible and just agricultural systems. Transitioning to regenerative agricultural production methods is a necessary step in achieving climate, nature, and social justice.
Through our Regenerative Agriculture Framework, we are assisting in the transition and scale-up of regenerative agricultural practices on a global level. We support companies in this transition by helping prioritize actions, establishing baseline targets, and identifying key measurements to report and track.