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Amplifying the voices of the vulnerable: climate change is an intersectional issue

Theres no planet B The impact caused by global warming is unequally distributed within different layers of society and countries – this is the central argumen...
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Why agroforestry is a promising climate change solution

Regenerative agroforestry provides a cross-cutting solution to many of the world’s challenges. This is because integrating trees within agricultural systems i...
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Climate Change and Environmental Problems: What do We really know?

From Carbon Emissions to Soil Regeneration John D. Liu is a news producer/cameraman turned ecological researcher. After discovering his passion for the environm...
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reNature and Climate Neutral Group join forces on rewarding regenerative carbon farming

reNature and Climate Neutral Group (CNG) are announcing their partnership to contribute to the transformation of agriculture into a climate solution. Both or...
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How to do regenerative agroforestry in a temperate climate

Cocoa, bananas, coffee, mangos, and pepper… When talking agroforestry, we tend to think about lush tropical systems in the global South and around the equ...
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Meet MAIS: Change Makers teaching Syntropic Agriculture

No matter what you consume, most likely a farmer took part in the production flow at some point. Farmers face many challenges which are worsening due to climate...
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The Role of Energy Efficiency in Regenerative Agriculture

Written by Juana Barnard Energy is an essential component to agricultural production. It’s needed for powering equipment, fertilizing soil, irrigating land, c...
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Is Local Agriculture the Future of Farming?

Written by Jane Marsh, Editor-in-Cheif of Environment, for reNature. It’s no secret that industrial farming provides food to a lot of people around the wo...
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Learning by seeing at Laikipia’s Model School

Adapted from Understanding the Role of Educational Farms in the Agroecological Transition by Maria Braun The global food system is at a critical point and has t...
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reNature generates first Agroforestry carbon credits in Brazil with Rabobank

Through a new carbon marketplace by the Dutch bank Rabobank called Acorn, reNature, in partnership with a Brazilian cooperative of farmers called Cooperative Ag...
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Moringa Oleifera, The Miracle tree?

Moringa is often known as the “miracle tree,” but do you know why that is? Mainly, it is because every part of the Moringa tree is beneficial for humans and...
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How regenerative agriculture can recover bee populations

It’s strawberry season and with every sweet, juicy strawberry you bite into, you should be thankful and reminded that bees and pollinators made it possible. I...
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reNature’s place in carbon trading

Insetting as a holistic approach to foster responsible business Carbon emission reduction is a no-brainer for most organizations today. However, a credible cont...
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The Potential of Regenerative Sugarcane

When was the last time climate change ruined your day? Our lives have always been shaped by the surrounding Environment but in the last few years the changing t...
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Regenerative Agriculture: Towards a low-to-zero input agriculture

The challenges of the Anthropocene have revealed the importance of regenerative agriculture as an alternative approach for meeting sustainable development goals...
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The History of Regenerative Agriculture

What does ‘regenerative’ mean? Before we get into how regenerative agriculture came to be, I think its important to first understand what we mean by...
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Empowering Women in Agriculture

If there was ever a perfect time to empower women farmers, it’s now.  Former Irish president and UN rights commissioner Mary Robinson recently said t...
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Quinta das Abelhas – report of the 2020 Planting Event

November 2020 brought a series of ever-welcome rains to the Portuguese Alentejo region where reNature is supporting Quinta das Abelhas. Perfect conditions to pl...
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Agroforestry implementation update from Laikipia, Kenya

Written by the Laikipia Regenerative Agroforestry Team, Laikipia Permaculture Center (LPC) Kenya Restoring a degraded landscape “Laikipia” is a Maasai w...
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New Tech partner to scale Regenerative Ag in Brazil

Two pioneering companies with an impact in the Brazilian AgriBusiness sector and with global operations unite to accelerate the transition process towards more ...
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Regenerative Cosmetics to combat Deforestation

The Clear Impacts of Regenerative Cosmetics from Agroforestry Every morning you wake up, hop in the shower, and use shampoo, conditioner and shower gel. After t...
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How to make coffee become regenerative

You are probably reading this with a cup of coffee in your hand, aren’t you? Despite coffee being the most popular beverage consumed in the entire world, few ...
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A definition of Regenerative Agroforestry

What we mean when we talk about regenerative agroforestry You might have seen us use the term ‘Regenerative Agroforestry’ in several of our previous article...
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DOEN Foundation supports reNature with new investment

The Netherlands-based DOEN Foundation (Stichting DOEN) is fostering our efforts to make agroforestry mainstream with financial support of €250,000. Through th...
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Insights on the Netherlands

Why agricultural innovation is needed When people think about the Netherlands, they usually tend to think of cows and cheese, tulips and windmills, grass and wa...
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New collaboration with Ellen MacArthur Foundation

Ellen MacArthur Foundation: The Ellen MacArthur Foundation aims to accelerate the transition to a circular economy. It strives to design a regenerative economy ...
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What the EU’s Green Deal could mean for Regenerative Agroforestry

Recently, key strategies of the European Commission’s Green Deal have been published, describing a transition towards a fair, healthy, and environmentally-fri...
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What do we know about Carbon in soil?

Fact and fiction on carbon in soils Many of us will have heard about the potential of soils to store carbon. But can soils really sequester a significant amount...
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Announcing our new partner: The Leopold Bachmann Foundation

LB Foundation: The Leopold Bachmann Foundation – based in Switzerland – focuses on the support of the rural communities, specifically, youth and wom...
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reNature’s position in the ecosystem

Bringing the right actors together The world of regenerative farming is a complex one, just like a diverse agroforestry system itself. With growing attention fo...
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What Covid-19 can teach us

The long read: reNature’s lessons from the corona crisis 2020 will be a year that we won’t forget all too soon. The corona crisis has manifested itself on a...
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Fashion: Rapid growth that comes at a cost

Fashion – an industry that links to everyone – comprises anything from the raw materials, textile manufacturing, the processing and production of ga...
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How changing a spice production system increases benefits

From tree-climbing vines like vanilla and pepper, to actual trees like cinnamon and nutmeg, many spices actually come from the forest. They are ideally suited f...
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Insights on Indonesia

Indonesia is known a unique set of ecosystems characterized by abundance and diversity. Unfortunately, it is also known for severe deforestation and forest degr...
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Insights on Brazil

Brazil supports a unique abundance of wildlife, whilst hosting almost 60 percent of the Amazon – the world’s largest tropical rainforest – and the...
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Long-term investment unlocks agricultural profit

Farming is a risky business. Every year, farmers choose agricultural strategies which make a profit from the land. But it doesn’t always go their way – ...
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Insetting for Durable Impact

Many businesses want to have a positive impact on the planet or simply give back something green. Planting trees is a simple, clear option that comes to mind. B...
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How cattle can save the Amazon

Right now, the world is watching in horror as images of huge swathes of the Amazon ablaze are broadcast on media channels across the globe. An image released fr...
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Degraded soil can be avoided and improved naturally

‘It’s time we stopped treating soil like dirt’ – was the title of a report of the Guardian issued on July 11th, 2019. The related video was simply calle...
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Planting the future of Bangka Island

Week 1: March 18th-22nd. Bangka White Pepper Agroforestry Already the first week into the project, we are moving fast with the system implementation, touch...
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The future of Fashion is regenerative.

The good thing about Agroforestry is that it helps to accomplish most of the challenges of climate change. Yet despite all of its advantages, agroforestry is st...
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How do we get agroforestry off the ground in Flanders?

THIS ARTICLE IS TRANSLATED FROM THE ORIGINAL ARTICLE BY LIEN MORIS, SUSANOVA (DUTCH) There is a lot of potential in agroforestry. Nevertheless, the agricultural...
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Mixed farming increases rice yield

A standard Indonesian rice field may look pretty with a mountain backdrop. But these one crop agriculture systems are not future proof. The extreme weather we a...
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reNature is challenging COP24 leaders.

The last time the big leaders came together they were content with the promises they made. Only a year later the moment has come that we can no longer sit back ...
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Planting water – Agroforestry research at Ernst Götsch in Bahia

The agroforestry movement is growing fast under the Brazilian sun. In all corners of the country, people are now turning bare lands into bountiful food forests....
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Regenerating land with students and farmers in Lombok

Severe storms and heavy rainfalls are threatening small islands worldwide due to the climate change. It’s time for us to take action to prove that we can crea...
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What did COP26 bring for farmers in need of transition finance?

Whilst smallholder farmers work 1/5 of the world’s farmland to produce 1/3 of the global population’s food, they only receive 1.7% of total tracked climate ...
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Quinta das Abelhas – Spring update

The Spring of 2021 marks a drastic change in Quinta das Abelhas, a project reNature has been supporting since last winter. Buds have long opened up, and now in ...
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What’s the secret to a future-proof EU agriculture?

Historians point to the fertile crescent in the Near East as the birthplace of the agricultural revolution 11.000 years ago. Around 6.000 years later it swept a...
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reNature is pitching at World Environment Day at UNEP

UN Environment Programme (UNEP): Founded in 1972, UNEP assists governments and private stakeholders regarding environmental policies, promotes science and knowl...
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Agroforestry: The Solution to Drought and Poverty

Agroforestry plays a fundamental role in this challenge, since the method is capable of restoring degraded soils to provide water, food security and improve qua...
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Showing a future at Pratodomundo, Museum of Tomorrow

Tuesday September 11, 2019 was our Marco de Boer’s first big reNature stage performance. He was one of the presenters at the Pratodomundo Seminar connecte...
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Companion planting is key to food security

The UN classifies half of the world’s farmland as degraded. Combine expanding populations, limited land resources and erratic weather patterns, and you have t...
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Preta Terra; our Experts of the Bangka White pepper system

For the White Pepper Agroforestry project in Bangka, Indonesia, Preta Terra made the design. It is time to interview their Valter Ziantoni, Forestry Engineer / ...
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