Brazil supports a unique abundance of wildlife, whilst hosting almost 60 percent of the Amazon – the world’s largest tropical rainforest – and the Atlantic Forest. It is home to a variety of unique animals and plants as well as a number of indigenous tribes. The conservation of its precious natural reserves is therefore imperative. However, these ecological treasures are threatened by human-induced pressures such as industrial agriculture and illegal logging. Regenerative Agroforestry has tremendous potential to reduce this stress by providing a viable alternative for farmers and communities.
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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...Read more
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...Read more