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rePlant fuels food system's shift to regenerative agriculture with $2 billion soil fund and support for farmers
by Christopher Marquis

Forbes    Translate This Article
5 October 2021

On 5 October 2021 Forbes reported: Experiencing the effects of a global issue on a personal level inspired Robyn O'Brien to investigate the reasons behind it -- and that research eventually led to a movement to invest billions in regenerative agriculture practices and fuel the transition to a more resilient supply chain and a healthier planet. ... O'Brien is seizing the opportunity to address the climate crisis with her fellow co-founders of rePlant Capital, which aims to increase farmer profitability and environmental outcomes by financing the transition of farmland from 'agrochemical' practices to regenerative and organic agriculture. Global Good News service views this news as a sign of rising positivity in the field of environment, documenting the growth of life-supporting, evolutionary trends.

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