Agriculture: race to regenerate – Tikehau Capital

Agriculture is the second-largest emitter of green house gases (GHG) globally (circa 25%) the majority of emissions comes from methane emitted by livestock farming and the remainder through nitrous oxide from fertiliser use. Since the 1950s, modern agriculture has made it possible to increase production massively across the globe – but at what cost?

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... In Tikehau Capital's latest ‘Expert Insight’ paper ‘Agriculture: race to regenerate’, Cécile Cabanis, Deputy CEO of Tikehau Capital and Pierre Abadie, Group Climate Director, explain why the agricultural ecosystem is an essential ally for the climate, how regenerative agriculture transition can play a crucial role in addressing both climate change and environmental issues. 

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