Satya Tripathi, raising $2.3B to transition 6m smallholder farmers beyond organic

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How do you turn a whole Indian region to zero budget natural farming using Climate Bonds? Satya Tropathi is Assistant Secretary-General and Head of the New York Office of the UN Environment Programme and chair of the board of the Sustainable India Finance Facility, a partnership between the United Nations Environment Programme, World Agroforestry Centre and BNP Paribas.

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We discussed the bold and very ambitious project he is working on to raise institutional impact capital to transition a whole Indian region to zero budget natural farming. If they succeed this will have an enormous impact on the local communities, ecosystems and beyond.

Many people in the regenerative impact space will be watching the response of institutional investors to such a bond product and what the impact and impact measurements will be, I will be checking in with this project regularly and see how it goes!

The Tropical Landscapes Finance Facility
tlffindonesia.org
www.unenvironment.org
www.worldagroforestry.org
www.apac.bnpparibas
climatebonds.net

Zero Budget Natural Farming:

Andhra Pradesh to become India’s first Zero Budget Natural Farming state

Listen also to the interview with Shameek Chakravarty, how zero budget natural farming is taking off in India

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