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Our cotton Model Farm in Belem, Brazil

Cotton still is the basis of about 21% of our clothes. It is known to be the world’s most important non-food crop. Unfortunately, it is also known for some less uplifting characteristics: Its production – held in monocultures – is frequently linked to severe land degradation, water exploitation, and the excessive use of agrochemicals. reNature is working on the transition of cotton farming into diverse, productive agroforestry systems. Those help to retain water, support plant and animal life, and regenerative land and soil ensuring long-term productivity.


Global arable land

26 mio



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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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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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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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