Author: Lucas Simons
Post type: Blog


The documentary Seaspiracy on Netflix is a huge hit. With bloody images it has succeeded in bringing the overwhelming challenges of overfishing, destruction of ecosystems, climate change, slavery, and forced labour practices, and plastic pollution to the attention the millions of viewers and […]

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Author: Oliver Gibbs
Post type: Article


Over a year into the pandemic, people everywhere raise the question: how can we build back better? With that, more and more investors have embraced investing in impact as a way to make a positive change whilst also making a profit. The Global […]

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Author: Joost Backer
Post type: Article


Tropical deforestation continues to grow. At the same time, companies struggle to make clear commitments or give substance to pledges already in place. The existing ‘tool’ of commodity crop certification alone has shown to be insufficient to get the job done. A more […]

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Author: Thomas Meijer
Post type: Blog


We’re faced with a global food crisis. How do we feed 9 billion people in 2050? How do we overcome one of the biggest challenges facing humanity? And how can we do it in a fair and sustainable way? Simply increasing crops and […]

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Author: Thomas Meijer
Post type: Blog


We’re faced with a global food crisis. How do we feed 9 billion people in 2050? How do we overcome one of the biggest challenges facing humanity? And how can we do it in a fair and sustainable way? Simply increasing crops and […]

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Author: Silvana Paniagua
Post type: Article


This article was co-authored by Cato Koole (NewForesight), Eric Rahn (CIAT), Dominique Gangneux (South Pole) & Samuel Vionnet (South Pole) NewForesight, CIAT and South Pole have formed a unique coalition to support and accelerate the transition to Regenerative Agriculture. With complementary expertise and […]

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Author: Laure Heilbron
Post type: Blog


We’re faced with a global food crisis. How do we feed 9 billion people in 2050? How do we overcome one of the biggest challenges facing humanity? And how can we do it in a fair and sustainable way? Simply increasing crops and […]

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Author: Publicatie White Paper: ‘Houvast voor duurzame vernieuwers. Vier perspectieven op transitiedenken en doen’
Post type: Blog


Transitiewetenschap als veranderaanpak steeds meer weerklank In heel Nederland gaat het deze week over de transitie naar een circulaire economie. Tijdens de Nationale Conferentie op maandag sprak demissionair staatssecretaris Stientje van Veldhoven over een ‘kantelpunt’. En op de talloze online evenementen die volgden […]

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Author: Davide De Mauro
Post type: Report


The global agricultural sector has been undergoing change at an unprecedented rate in response to population growth and rising demand. Half of the world’s habitable land is currently used for agriculture, providing jobs to around 1 billion people. At the same time, agriculture […]

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Author: Daniel Pedersen
Post type: Article


In 2020, the coronavirus once again showed us the interconnectedness of business and society. For many businesses, the year has been the year of disruption and reflection. It highlighted the importance of economically resilient supply chains and creating long-term shared value. In a […]

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