"We have inherited a fundamentally flawed system for farming in America that we absolutely have to rethink," proclaims Robyn O'Brien of rePlant Capital, an impact investment firm deploying integrated capital from soil to shelf in order to reverse climate change.
O'Brien is sounding the broken food system alarm here in the U.S. She's also the featured guest on Episode 2 of the Regenerative Voices™ podcast produced by At The Epicenter, and alongside At The Epicenter founder and podcast host Seleyn DeYarus, O'Brien highlights critical conversations we must have in order to fix the food system. But sometimes, as DeYarus mentions, it can be difficult for individuals to interact with an issue so seemingly large.
So where can we start? According to O'Brien: farmers.
Click here to listen and learn how we can begin to close the gap between farmer and consumer in order to heal the food system:
Regenerative Voices™ Ep 2 -- Robyn O'Brien
Miss Episode 1? Hear Rose Marcario, CEO and president of Patagonia, on the regenerative revolution.
Our vision for Esca Bona is to champion and build a roadmap for efforts that are regenerative, nourishing and accessible. In the spirit of this mission, the Esca Bona community is partnering with At The Epicenter to produce The Regenerative Earth Summit: Soil + Water + Climate in 2019.
Want to be part of the solution in a collaborative, inclusive environment? Join the conversation October 28-30 in Boulder, Colorado, focused on the impacts the food, fashion and beauty industries have on our planet.