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Brazil

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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Welcoming Tamara Reygers to the Team

Tamara has a background in sustainable development, which she gained during her degree in “International Studies” and several internships in Europe and in d...
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Anaua Model Farm: The Dream Come True

Written by Valeria Guzzi, a reNature team member volunteering at Anaua Nursery. Two Birds, One Stone Why not implement agroforestry whilst educating people and ...
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Creating the ‘new normal’ with palm oil agroforestry

There is one miracle ingredient that can be found everywhere. This very special oil is the foaming agent in your shampoo and responsible for a higher melting po...
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