While some large food and agriculture companies have been paving the way for sustainability programs and reporting for years, many other organizations are just getting started. What can you learn from those who began their environmental journeys in the early days? Join us and discover how to help your business take the leap toward increasing trust and transparency and, most importantly, protecting the world around us.
As one of the most resource-rich coastal states on the planet, Tanzania faces the unique responsibility of protecting its marine ecosystem while also harnessing its economic potential. Can seaweed aquaculture combat climate change by removing carbon from the water, dampening wave energy and protecting shorelines from erosion? Go beneath the surface as we strive to find a balance between politics, prosperity and preserving our planet.
While agriculture often gets the blame for environmental issues like climate change, soil degradation, deforestation and water pollution, it also has the power to protect, restore and feed our world. Learn how we can work together to stop global warming while meeting the needs of a growing global population.
Learn more about how California's dairy farmers and their families are leading the world in planet-smart farm practices, including methane digesters, renewable transportation fuel, alternative manure management, drip irrigation and solar energy.
Carbon offsets are hard to understand and even harder to trust. But what if there were a measurable solution to offsetting emissions while maximizing farm profitability? As the world’s only carbon dioxide removal marketplace, Nori is helping companies pay farmers to restore their soil health and store carbon. Learn how financial incentives can accelerate carbon sequestration in the search for sustainable solutions.
All on-demand focus sessions will be captioned for Spanish and Portuguese.
Translated versions of the on-demand keynote and special presentations will be made available in Spanish and Portuguese.
Additional languages will be added at a later date.