Regenerative and nature-positive agriculture as a way to create climate-resilient food systems
At the invitation of the Avina Foundation, WTT was at COP 28 in the role of supervisor and organizer of the Resilience Hub’s Food and Agriculture theme to discuss the relationship between regenerative food systems and climate change. In addition to this general oversight role, WTT was also part of a rich panel with diverse perspectives on regenerative agriculture, ranging from reference cases from India to the experiences of traditional populations in the USA.
Gaston Kremer, WTT’s program manager, discussed the topic alongside Patty Fong, program director of the Climate Global Alliance For The Future Of Food, Michael Kotutwa Johnson, an expert on indigenous resilience at the University of Arizona, Prajuna Kc, country director of iDE Global (International Development Enterprises), and Vijay Thallam Kumar, Rythu Sadhikara Samstha (RySS).
Check out Gaston Kremer’s video review of the activity here.