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Sourcing sustainable ingredients has more positive impact on climate change than you think

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Natural Products Expo West Climate Day panelists discuss how organic and regenerative agriculture can reverse climate change and how to scale these practices to create more impact.

"Organic agriculture, because of the soil microbiology and a lot of life in the soil, it is a lot more resilient than conventional agriculture."

—Dave Alexander, Global Organics

Part 1: Entering the net positive zone


  • Discover which ancient grains can revive depleted soil. 


Part 2: Barriers to scaling 


  • What do these regenerative practices need to scale?
  • Is consumer demand the most important driver for change? 


Part 3: Hope for the future


  • Why big food companies are trying to find climate solutions. 
  • What's the story you hope to tell to the future? 

This session—The Climate Opportunity of Agriculture Roundtable—was recorded at Natural Products Expo West 2017. 

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