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We transform agriculture to fight against climate change

Our Mission

Climate change requires us to feed ourselves differently

We cultivate the deserts to better feed the women and men of the world by preserving nature

Feeding our population

Agriculture will have to feed a population of at least 9 billion people in 2050 by adapting to new climatic hazards. Let's transforme it !

Taking action against climate change

The increase of at least 2°C in temperatures by 2100 will structurally disrupt our societies.

Let's act!

Protecting biodiversity

We are witnessing the 6th mass extinction of biodiversity. But we need nature to survive.

Let's protect it !

Making agriculture sustainable

22% of global greenhouse gas emissions are emitted by agriculture

There will be at least 9 billion human beings by 2050. Agriculture is now one of the main causes of greenhouse gas emissions, deforestation and biodiversity loss.

We are transforming it. We promote agroecology. We cultivate deserts.

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Refertilise the soil

13M hectares are lost each year due to soil aridification

Our mission is not just about planting trees. To feed our population we need arable land. Today, this land is disappearing to the benefit of soil aridification and leads to deforestation. This is why, through agroforestry, we fight against desertification and transform degraded land into arable land. 

Develop agroforestry

30 to 60% additional production per hectare make agroforestry the agriculture of the future

Agroforestry combines crops and trees on the same plot. The trees help the crops thanks to the shade they provide but also to the space occupied by their roots. This practice is part of the agroecology and allows to refertilise the soil. 

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Produce fresh water

97.5% of the planet's water is salty and therefore unfit for consumption

Drinking water is becoming scarce on the planet due to numerous disturbances of the water cycle. This cycle can be restored thanks to vegetation which in turn will have a positive influence on precipitation. To grow it, we desalinate sea water and brackish water and cultivate deserts. 

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