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Adele Jones

How Regenerative Agriculture can transform the global food system

"The UN has estimated that if we continue on this trajectory, we have maximum 60 harvests left".

It's estimated the agrifood sector is responsible for a third of all greenhouse gas emissions – but it doesn't have to be part of the problem.

Regenerative Agriculture offers a new way forward. Drawing from her work with the Sustainable Food Trust, Adele Jones describes this growing movement based on three core principles: farming in harmony with nature, the circular economy, and positive health.

As Executive Director at Sustainable Food Trust, Adele Jones is committed to accelerating the global transition to sustainable farming practices.

"Collaboration around the transition to Regenerative Agriculture is absolutely key. Companies, governments, individuals, farmers, cannot do this alone."

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