Our new Good Growth Plan puts the urgent fight against climate change and biodiversity loss at the heart of farming’s productive future and is a step-change towards regenerative agriculture.
We are making 4 ambitious new global commitments to reduce agriculture’s carbon footprint and to help farmers deal with the extreme weather patterns caused by climate change. These commitments – driving our innovation – will help farmers and society sustainably recover from the ongoing effects of the coronavirus pandemic.
Time for action
Climate change is an existential threat, and we need to act before it is too late. The effects are a huge challenge for farmers and farm workers trying to ensure the world’s supply of food. The Covid-19 pandemic has further highlighted the fragility of the agriculture ecosystem, putting even more strain on those earning a living from farming than before.
Our Good Growth Plan aims to take on these challenges by making agriculture more resilient and sustainable and driving a better, greener, recovery.