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Announcing reNature’s new strategic advisors: Marcello Brito and Christine Gould

Marcello Brito: Driving financial remuneration for regenerative practices Marcello Brito’s participation in the advisory team will greatly enhance the rea...
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Next-Gen Led Innovation for Sustainable Development in Food and Agriculture

reNature’s founders, Marco and Felipe, met at the Thought For Food Summit back in 2017. So, it’s about time we introduce TFF to the reNature community! I ha...
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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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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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Mazi Farm: an encounter between pure knowledge and experimentation.

Styra is a small town on Evia island in Greece with a tiny fountain in the middle of a small plaza. A big white church and a café were the two spots getting th...
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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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Ecological Literacy: Agroecology Communications for Solving Environmental Problems

We at reNature love our farmers, activists, and scientists but it is important to remember that these people can only make a significant impact if their message...
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Feeling cocoa and going bananas for Selva e Paz

Gudrun Götsch and her husband João Moraes are business partners producing foods with the help of agroforestry. Selva e Paz (that’s Portuguese for Jungle and...
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Permaculture in Kenya: Sustainable with the younger generation

From volunteering on farms in his local community to studying at the Permaculture Research Institute of Kenya and Oregon State University, Yongo Otieno Wycliffe...
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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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