Federico Romeri on disrupting the €7,5B Italian CAFO factory farmed beef market

A conversation with Federico Romeri, founder of Pascol, to dive deep into the beef market in Italy and how to move it from CAFO factory farming to a regenerative one.

Mariko Thorbecke – Let’s focus on making agriculture fossil fuel free

between corporate climate, net-zero commitments and regenerative agriculture, joins us to talk about the importance of fossil-free farming, the greenhouse gases presented into a single metric of co2 equivalents and much more.

Anne Biklé and David R Montgomery – After studying more than 1000 papers the definitive answer, we are what our food ate

Anne Bikle and David R Montgomery, writers of What your food ate, join us to talk about the connection between soil- building agriculture practices and human health, and the differences in healthy compounds in our food, both plants and animal protein connected to the way that food has been grown.

Bert Glover on investing over $600M into regenerative farms in the US and Australia and selling soil carbon credits to Microsoft

Bert Glover of Impact Ag Partners, comes back on the podcast for a discussion about soil carbon credits, operating his fund in Australia and North America, as well as the importance of biodiversity and more.

Cameron Frayling on what is needed to unlock biodiversity credits

A conversation with Cameron Frayling, co-founder of Pivotal, about why and how biodiversity can be measured cheaply and what that might enable.

Jaclyn Schnau, the success and health of our society starts in the pregnant belly

Jaclyn Schnau, co-founder of Pumpkin Organics, joins us to talk about the shocking reality of baby food. An episode diving deep into baby nutrition during the first 1000 days and the reasons why the current baby food industry really needs a shake-up.

Thomas Hogenhaven – A regenerative investment fund for the most disruptive entrepreneurs

A conversation with Thomas Hogenhaven, managing partner at Planetary Impact Ventures, an evergreen investment vehicle based in Denmark, about how to put money to work using regenerative principles, and the ins and outs of being part of a radical fund.

Jonathan Lundgren on why all agriculture scientists should become farmers first

A check in conversation with Jonathan Lundgren, founder of Blue Dasher Farms and the Ecdysis Foundation, who talk about the 1000 Farm Initiative, the real innovation on regen production in the United Sates and beyond, and his scientific approach to regen farming practises.

Gijs Boers on why the biggest drive to the growth of regenerative agriculture is quality

A check in interview with Gijs Boers of Grounded on how their fair and transparent wholesale regenerative ingredient business is doing.

Charles Eisenstein – Money or ecology: investors have to make a choice on which master they serve

A conversation with Charles Eisenstein, writer of Sacred Economics and Climate: A new story, about his fascination for soil and regenerative agriculture, his advice to investors as well as the role of animals in regeneration, his thoughts on our fascination for quick technology fixes, vertical farms and clean lab-grown meat.