Sustainable Agriculture

  • The coalition exists to articulate, endorse and promote practical, actionable programmes and activities to further sustainable agricultural development worldwide

    To learn more visit: www.farmingfirst.org



  • Fertilizer Canada is an industry association that represents manufacturers, wholesale and retail distributors of nitrogen, phosphate and potash fertilizers. Canada’s fertilizer industry plays an essential role in ensuring that world food needs can be met economically and sustainably. Canada supplies approximately 12% of the world’s fertilizer materials. We are the world’s largest exporters of potash and elemental sulphur. As well, our industry contributes over $12 billion annually to the Canadian economy.

    To learn more visit: fertilizercanada.ca 



  • Fertilizers Europe represents the majority of nitrogen fertilizer producers in Europe and is recognized as the dedicated industry source of information on mineral fertilizers. The association communicates with a wide variety of institutions, legislators, stakeholders and members of the public who seek information on fertilizer technology and topics relating to today’s agricultural, environmental and economic challenges.

    To learn more visit: www.fertilizerseurope.com



  • Daniel Gad, a member of the World Farmers’ Organisation, offers his views on soils.

    Growing Smart Together is an online platform that gathers and shows diverse viewpoints from stakeholders and experts on topical issues in agriculture. Please note that the views expressed in this video might not necessarily reflect the views of the associated organization(s) as a whole.

    This year’s topic: soils and their role on our livelihood. See more perspectives at growingsmarttogether.org



  • Erika Micheli, Professor at Szent Istvan University and IUSS Division I Chair, offers her views on soils.

    Growing Smart Together is an online platform that gathers and shows diverse viewpoints from stakeholders and experts on topical issues in agriculture. Please note that the views expressed in this video might not necessarily reflect the views of the associated organization(s) as a whole.

    This year’s topic: soils and their role on our livelihood. See more perspectives at growingsmarttogether.org



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