Current agricultural practices are extractive in nature and have an enormous environmental impact.
Agriculture is one of the largest contributors to climate change.
In turn, climate change is also causing enormous damage to agricultural productivity.
In this scenario, the challenge of feeding 9 billion people by 2050 is going to be an uphill task.
Shifting towards more sustainable ways of agriculture, which enhances both the productivity and natural ecosystem is the task at hand to feed the growing population.
For a solution, the sector looks towards precision agriculture, natural farming, organic agriculture, regenerative agriculture or urban agriculture.
Whatever the name, all are just steps towards achieving sustainability.
Although ‘People’ and ‘Planet’ are the core aspects of sustainability, it should also go hand-in-hand with the profitability aspect to make this fundamental shift possible.
This course is designed to introduce you to various ways of sustainable agricultural practices.
Experts and entrepreneurs working in this field have shared the challenges and the potential of sustainable agriculture.
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