Regenerative agriculture is the next great ally in fight against climate change

By Nancy Pfund

It seems that every week a new agribusiness, consumer packaged goods company, bank, technology corporation, celebrity or Facebook friend announces support for regenerative agriculture.


For those of us who have been working on climate and/or agriculture solutions for the last couple of decades, this is both exciting and worrisome.


With the rush to be a part of something so important, the details and hard work, the incremental advancements and wins, as well as the big, hairy problems that remain can be overlooked or forgotten. When so many are swinging for the fences, it’s easy to forget that singles and doubles usually win the game.


As a managing partner and founder of DBL Partners, I have specifically sought out...


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Original article by Nancy Pfund, Founder and Managing Partner of DBL Partners, a venture capital firm whose goal is to combine top-tier financial returns with meaningful social, environmental and economic returns in the regions and sectors in which it invests.