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Regenerative Agriculture Gains Momentum 

Regenerative agriculture practices are becoming increasingly important as corporations seek to transition to more resilient supply chains in the face of climate change. A climate advisory and investment firm named Pollination has seen a growth in demand for strategies and solutions in this space from its corporate clients. Dave Haynes, Managing Director at Pollination, shared that they are helping large consumer product companies develop creative solutions for transitioning the agricultural sector to regenerative practices across the United States. He addressed the driving forces behind this investment, as well as the challenges the industry faces at these formative stages to create a positive transformation across food and agriculture systems in the US.

The private sector can play a crucial role in driving global change towards more sustainable and climate-resilient agriculture practices. However, transforming agriculture involves supporting farmers and communities, Haynes explained, and there is a philosophical transformation that needs to happen and changing this mindset from yield to prioritize profitability will take time. Read the full interview here. 

Regenerative agriculture is of utmost importance in addressing climate change, improving soil health, promoting biodiversity including pollinators, conserving water, and securing a sustainable future for agriculture. Its adoption is crucial for creating resilient food systems and ensuring the safety of our critical pollinators.

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