Tag: biodiversity

Chris Newman on busting the single family farm myth and why indigenous collectives are the way to go

Why does regenerative agriculture not scale beyond the often single family farm? What if we unleash the power of economies of scale specialization and actually build wealth within regenerative agriculture? What does inclusion mean within farming? Why does seed keepers and livestock breeders act as the key to our survival?

Jeroen Klompe on building a fair farmers first marketplace

An interview with Jeroen Klompe, co-founder of Klompe Landbouw and Soil Heroes on why everything starts with biodiversity above and below ground and how one of the most advanced regenerative farmers in the Netherlands is setting up a fair farmers first marketplace to connect farmers with buyers of ecosystem services.

Regeneration Newsroom Podcast ft. Ethan Soloviev – October 2019 @ RFSI

A joint venture between Ethan Soloviev’s Regeneration Newsroom  and the Investing in Regenerative Agriculture podcast where Ethan Soloviev and Koen van Seijen highlight the top articles, books, videos, podcasts and other news on Regenerative Agriculture and Business!

Volkert Engelsman: “Organic isn’t too expensive, chemical is too cheap”

The biggest threat to sustainability is anonymity. Recorded at the office of Eosta a conversation with Volkert Engelsman, CEO of Eosta, international distributor of fresh organic and fair fruits and vegetables.

Michele Manelli, regenerating Italy’s wine industry

What is sustainability in wine and where do you start? With Michele Manelli of Salcheto wine we discussed what it means to be a sustainable wine pioneer in Italy and where to start if you start from scratch.

Gregory Landua, the role of blockchain in regenerative agriculture, and much more

A conversation with Gregory Landua, co-Founder of Terra Genesis on how to bring diversity to the market and much more.