University session Feeding the World Through Circular and Regenerative Agriculture

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  • Weber Amaral

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Demand for agricultural products is estimated to increase around 50% by 2030 as the global population increases. How can we feed the world without compromising water resources, biodiversity and the capacity of these complex landscapes to provide other environmental services? 

Don't miss the University of São Paulo's Professor Weber Amaral talk live at the DIF! He will discuss the how and if circular and regenerative agriculture might help to reach these multiple targets.


Weber Amaral

Weber Amaral

Weber Amaral, a PhD from Harvard University, is a faculty at the University of Sao Paulo, School of Agronomy (ESALQ, Piracicaba, SP), a serial entrepreneur and farmer in Brazil. His current professional goal is to support companies towards circular economy principles and the deployment of new business models in the nexus: food - fibre - water - bioenergy.

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