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How to Spot Opportunities in Sustainable Food and Agriculture

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by Michael Landymore, Impax Asset Management 

The food and agriculture sector is in the early stages of a far-reaching transition toward more sustainable food production and consumption. Growing environmental and resource pressures, changing consumer demands, technological innovation and ever-tightening regulatory interventions are disrupting depletive practices and unhealthy preferences. This transformation is creating fast-growing insurgent companies and changing the business models of incumbent firms, creating compelling investment opportunities for active investors.

Whoa Nellie Farm - Making Regenerative Agriculture Work for All

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by Woody Tasch, founder, Slow Money 

Just as I was about to head from the kitchen to the office to write an article about Slow Money for this issue of the GreenMoney Journal, a story appeared on CNN about Whoa Nellie Farm in Acme, Pennsylvania. I had no choice but to start here.

How Farmers Are Keeping Us Fed through the Global Crisis

Around the world, farmers are doing everything they can to prevent the coronavirus crisis becoming a hunger crisis.
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In the space of a few weeks, life around the globe has been upended in the wake of COVID-19. Industries of all kinds have been forced to rapidly change how they work, and agriculture is no different.

Health for All, Hunger for None – the Vision for Bayer

By Werner Baumann, CEO, Bayer
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Yesterday was a novelty in two ways: Firstly, due to the ongoing crisis of COVID-19, Bayer held the first purely virtual AGM in the history of German business. Secondly, I had the opportunity to speak to our shareholders about Bayer's vision, "Health for all, hunger for none”, for the first time. Today, I am using my first post on LinkedIn to share some of my thoughts on the vision in this forum as well.

It’s As Simple As Keeping the World Fed.

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Farming. Farmers. Agriculture. Agribusiness. The Food Chain. There are many terms we use to routinely refer to the people and the industry which grow our food. During the current Covid-19 pandemic, there is an increasing focus on just where our food comes from, and how it gets to our tables. At the very start of this chain are farmers. In short, they are the people who ensure we all have enough to eat. Whether they be subsistence farmers who produce food for their families, or whether they are growing thousands of tons of produce a year, without the world’s farmers, we would all be hungry.

Case IH Tractors Play Key Role in Turning Sugarcane Waste into Valuable Commodity

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With energy generated from renewable sources predicted to be among the major sources of power in the next decade, a company in the Philippines is tackling the challenge head-on and turning trash into a highly prized commodity.

Biopower is constructing three biomass power stations on Negros, the fourth largest island of the Philippines, with the aim of producing a total of 72 megawatts of green baseload power to feed into the local grid as well as for export to surrounding islands.

Three Inspiring Farmers Win the Use of New Holland Machines for a Year

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May 4, 2020 /3BL Media/ - The three winners of the “Up to Speed” scheme run by New Holland Agriculture, a global agricultural brand of CNH Industrial, and The Prince’s Countryside Fund have been announced.

TürkTraktör Supports Turkey’s Fight Against the COVID-19 Pandemic

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TürkTraktör, CNH Industrial’s longstanding joint-venture with Turkey’s Koç Group, is doing its part to support the country in the fight against the COVID-19 virus and help prevent the spread.

Our Commitment to Safe Pesticide Solutions

By Cristina Alonso, Head of Regulatory Affairs Crop Protection at Bayer
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Agriculture production needs to meet the demands of a rapidly growing and increasingly more affluent population. At the same time, farmers face increasing pressures of a changing climate in which yields are not a given but something growers must work harder for every day. Let’s be clear, crop protection against weeds, insects and diseases is crucial to produce enough on less land.

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