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How can we transition to regenerative land-use, faster?

This article was originally written for REVOLVE MAGAZINE by Samantha Sutton. Here’s the question: what knowledge do we need to accelerate the transition towar...
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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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How can we transition to regenerative land-use, faster?

This article was originally written for REVOLVE MAGAZINE by Samantha Sutton. Here’s the question: what knowledge do we need to accelerate the transition towar...
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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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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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Creating Agroforestry Digitally

How a group of high school students created 3D agroforestry models in Minecraft A group of students from the Calandlyceum in Amsterdam just finished an amazing ...
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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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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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How to empower Regenerative Entrepreneurship

With the support of the Leopold Bachmann Foundation, reNature develops a new program with the goal to empower regenerative entrepreneurship. By founding the Reg...
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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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Why Indigenous Traditional Knowledge is Key for adopting Regenerative Agriculture

Land has always played a central role in the history of societies. Property rights have become central to the development of our world. For that, numerous treat...
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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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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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