Investing in Regenerative Agriculture and Food

171 Charles Eisenstein - Money or ecology: investors have to make a choice on which master they serve

May 31, 2022 Koen van Seijen Episode 171
Investing in Regenerative Agriculture and Food
171 Charles Eisenstein - Money or ecology: investors have to make a choice on which master they serve
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A conversation with Charles Eisenstein, writer of Sacred Economics and Climate: A new story, about his fascination for soil and regenerative agriculture, his advice to investors as well as the role of animals in regeneration, his thoughts on our fascination for quick technology fixes, vertical farms and clean lab-grown meat.
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We also discusses what is the role of tech in regen ag and food, why most research on yields and productions is flawed, and what returns we can expect when we truly engage with regeneration at its core.

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