What The Experts Predict
A future global food insecurity threat is a growing concern. Here’s an overview from different sources:
Experts predict that within 60 years, current conventional agricultural practices will cause serious damage to public health (due to diminished nutritional content in food) and we’ll lose most arable topsoil to feed ourselves.
As it stands, agriculture generates 19-29% of greenhouse gas emissions. In turn, climate change is having a devastating impact on agriculture.
The world will need to produce about 70 percent more food by 2050 to feed an estimated 9 billion people.
Let's Reverse The Negative Trends!
Moving away from synthetic fertilizers, pesticides, herbicides, and factory farming
Integration of livestock and crops
Regenerative agriculture is a system of farming principles and practices that seeks to rehabilitate and enhance the entire ecosystem of the farm by prioritizing soil health. It can create drought-resistant soil, improve yields, store more CO2 in soil, nurture biodiversity, and improve nutrition. Some of the specific practices used in Regenerative Agriculture are:
By adopting regenerative agricultural practices, farmers get to make their farms more resilient and adaptive and take action against climate change through carbon sequestration. Healthy soil leads to healthy ecosystems and to healthy people.