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Investing in Regenerative Agriculture and Food

Koen van Seijen

We talk to the pioneers in the regenerative food and agriculture space to learn more on how to put our money to work to regenerate soil, people, local communities and ecosystems while making an appropriate and fair return.
Bridget Emmett – Moving over carbon soil compaction is the real issue in agriculture June 21, 2024
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308 Georg Baunach - More than half of the fish you eat is farmed: basics, potential and risks of investing in aquacultureJune 18, 2024
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307 Kat Bruce - Going from putting insects in a food processor to raising $27M in 10 years and building the biggest eDNA biodiversity monitoring companyJune 14, 2024
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306 Fernando Russo - From selling Playboy's to growing coffee, cacao, credit and lots of cowsJune 11, 2024
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305 Scott Poynton – Crises drive change: stories from within the transformation of Nestlé's palm oil value chainJune 04, 2024
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304 Henry Dimbleby - Biodiversity on balance sheet, role and risks of gene editing and AI and the case for less meatMay 31, 2024
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303 Henry Dimbleby - From designing the National Food Strategy for England to starting a £50M fund focussed on food transitionMay 28, 2024
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302 Jonas Steinfeld – The many shades of green of agroforestry systemsMay 24, 2024
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301 Yasmine Cathell on nutrient quality bio stimulants, microalgae and other random but world changing regen triviaMay 21, 2024
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300 Koen van Seijen's journey into regenerative food and agriculture and introducing the Generation-Re investment syndicateMay 14, 2024
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299 Cameron Frayling - Forget biodiversity credits (for now). Regen ag farm land funds and regulation are driving the biodiversity sectorMay 07, 2024
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298 Dan Kittredge – Local, regenerative and organic have no connection to nutrient density, soil health doesApril 30, 2024
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297 Chris Henggeler - Standing on the shoulders of giants (Savory, Ingham, Provenza) and managing over 77000 hectares in remote AustraliaApril 26, 2024
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296 Jojo Mehta - Making ecocide a crime in less than 5 years and for less than 6 million dollarsApril 23, 2024
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295 Mateusz Ciasnocha and Maria Virginia Solis Wahnish – From EU Soil Mission to Pope Francis, how to change local and state agriculture and food policiesApril 16, 2024
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294 Emiliano Mroue – Raising $7.5 million to scale from working with 20.000 to 100.000 farmersApril 12, 2024
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293 Sonja Stuchtey - Have billions flow into regeneration by having accountants agree that it is an investment, not a costApril 09, 2024
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292 Walking the land with regenerative farmer Matteo Mazzola, Iside FarmApril 02, 2024
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291 Adrien Pelletier - Why all farmers or most farmers need to become seed breeders againMarch 26, 2024
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290 Chris Bloomfield and Daniel Reisman – We need animals outside to feed the planet sustainablyMarch 22, 2024
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289 Clint Brauer - After an investment of Chipotle, ready to scale his robots to weed hundreds of thousands of acresMarch 19, 2024
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288 Alfred Grand – Why an Austrian farmer and researcher trained by earthworms is very excited about AIMarch 12, 2024
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287 Sebastiaan Huisman - Farmers die slowlyMarch 08, 2024
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286 Anthony Myint - Sourcing better isn’t going to change the food system, award-winning chef might have the silver bullet for system changeMarch 05, 2024
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285 Paul McMahon - With over $500M invested, the regenerative edge is 1-3%February 27, 2024
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