29 November 2022

Regenerative Agriculture for Climate Change

Regenerative Agriculture for Climate Change

“We are literally standing on the largest and most potent carbon capture storage of the planet”

With the current rates of soil destruction, it has become crucial to restore degraded soil, reduce carbon emissions and reverse climate change impacts while improving the ecosystem to make it more sustainable.
Uzair Qamar joined us for an informative and interesting session on “Regenerative Agriculture for Climate Change” at NIC Faisalabad. He enhanced the knowledge of our startups about the importance of regenerative farming, its practices, and how it is the new evolution to improve water and air quality, enhance ecosystem biodiversity, produce nutrient-dense food and mitigate the effects of climate change.

After the session, NICF startups were equipped to come up with solutions to address the challenges of climate change and water scarcity.

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