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What you want to know about soil health

Whether you call it soil, mud, dirt, earth, or sand, the ground we walk on is full of organisms crucial for nature. Besides water, it is where life on earth sta...
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Kelp, the maritime help

One of the core principles of regenerative agriculture is NOT to use external inputs. However, there are situations where you simply can’t ask a farmer to wai...
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Reimagine the Kenyan cotton industry

reNature and Labl have been working hard to revitalize and reimagine the cotton industry in Voi, Kenya. We have co-developed a regenerative design for cotton th...
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Solanum torvum and the Ayyalur forest region  

This article has been published in NTFP EP’s Leaf Litter, June 2022. The Ayyalur tribal area is situated in Dindigul district, Tamil Nadu, India. The land...
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Net-zero is just the start. What does it take to be 100% Regenerative?

In most of our conversations with our partners and clients we get to a point where people want to know; “can we reach 100% regenerative?”. The short answer ...
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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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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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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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