Future Food Asia 2021: Regenerative agriculture in Asia

Panel discussion: Regen agriculture, a fight we must win © Future Food Asia

The unique challenges facing regenerative agriculture in Asia require solutions different from those in the West, presenting opportunities for microfinancing and impact investment

About 350m smallholder farmers, or 78% of the global total, are located in Asia. This makes regenerative agriculture, which requires much coordination, a challenging task in the region. Early movers in this space have already begun to identify opportunities and make efforts to help Asia adopt regenerative agriculture practices. The Nature Conservancy (TNC) is implementing regenerative agriculture-related projects in China. Silverstrand Capital, a Singapore-based family office, is focused on regenerative agriculture and other nature-based solutions, looking for catalytic impact in its inve...
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