A critical socio-environmental situation The state of Rio de Janeiro suffers from severe environmental degradation in its northwestern region. Its population is facing intense drought and lack of water. This region of Brazil has the Read more…
What is Regenerative Agroforestry exactly?
Regenerative Agroforestry is an agricultural system that mimics natural forest ecosystems. It focuses on soil regeneration, increasing biodiversity, improving water cycle, enhancing ecosystem services, carbon sequestration and climate resilience.
Regenerative farms has shown to have higher yields over time. As the topsoil deepens, production may increase and less external inputs are required. In Brazil and many other countries there are multiple showcases proofing that it can be as economically viable as conventional practises.