Regenerative agriculture and technological solutions

A Talk by James Johnson and Mattie Yeta

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The health of the ecological system is as important as the high production yields of crops. Regenerative agriculture aims to be more all-encompassing than organic or other types of agricultural practices that include improving soil health, increasing biodiversity, aiding in carbon sequestration, incorporating humane treatment of livestock and farmworkers, and improving the overall larger ecosystem. Guest speaker James Johnson from the National Farmers’ Union with explore the role technology has to pay in the regenerative for the sector.

This event was recorded live at COP27 on Monday, 7th November in Egypt.

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