Sustainability in action - about regenerative farming
How to make the transition to more sustainable methods of producing food? Many problems facing our society today, are somehow linked to the agricultural sector: think declining biodiversity and deteriorating soil quality. Intensive modern farming practices have played a major role in this. Regenerative farming can offer solutions. Van Lanschot Kempens Richard Jacobs, investing pioneer in regenerative farming and co-head of Kempen Private Markets, talks about how this works in practice and how this can offer opportunities for investors as well.
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