Investing in Regenerative Agriculture and Food

156 Felipe Pasini – Trees bring water so when in doubt plant more trees and complexify

March 08, 2022 Koen van Seijen Episode 156
Investing in Regenerative Agriculture and Food
156 Felipe Pasini – Trees bring water so when in doubt plant more trees and complexify
Show Notes

Felipe Pasini, the co-founder of Life in Syntropy, joins us to discuss the astounding capabilities of systemic tree planting coupled with many other agroforestry systems and the role of syntropic agroforestry in gaining back the forests we once had. 
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We all say very often we want to farm with respect for nature. But what does this actually mean? What does nature actually want? How do we build agriculture systems at scale, where we can still harvest enough to sustain ourselves in a truly sustainable system? What does it take to scale syntropic agroforestry?

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We all say very often we want to farm with respect for nature. But what does this actually mean? What does nature actually want? How do we build agriculture systems at scale, where we can still harvest enough to sustain ourselves in a truly sustainable system? What does it take to scale syntropic agroforestry?

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