All eyes are on Montreal as COP15 looks to deliver an international commitment on biodiversity retention and restoration that can replicate the impact of the Paris Climate Accords.
Controlled environment agriculture has played a part in the Netherlands becoming the second-largest exporter of ag goods, with many new players inspired to replicate the country’s success.
Demands for transparency surrounding foreign investment in US ag have been strengthened by the pandemic and growing recognition of rivalry with China.
The firm’s latest forestry vehicle is eyeing price projections suggesting a single credit could sell for more than $30 on the voluntary market by 2030.
The role of various levels of government policy in the prospects of increasingly popular natural capital timber strategies is unclear but pivotal.
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Cell-cultured meat fundraising rose to $1.38bn in 2021, up from $60m in 2019, as Agronomics backs the tech to leave plant-based behind.
A law designed to address political intimidation within ag union elections reflects the labor politics helping fuel specialty crops automation.
The Agri Investor Australia Forum, held last week, saw constant discussion of natural capital’s potential – but the term was less familiar to international investors.
The UK is in the same boat as the rest of Europe with regards to higher energy prices, but a weak pound and a suboptimal seasonal worker scheme have brought some greenhouses to a halt.