I’ve been offered an amazing opportunity: 8 weeks to travel the world researching a topic that really interests me.  As I wrote in this article  I’m a strong believer that more agritech entrepreneurship is a force for good.  It has the potential reduce humanity’s environmental impact; ensure affordable, nutritious food is available to everyone; and energise...
Lately, I’ve spent a long time thinking, reading, watching & learning about soils.  I’m organising a conference on this topic, and the transition from soils newbie to conference agenda shaper (thank you to all the experts helped me getting there) has taken me from being marginally interested to fascinated.  So much so, that this post became so...
Right now, innovation around soils has momentum.  Despite important gaps in scientific understanding, a combination of environmental concerns, farmers' hunger for guidance and the impatience of entrepreneurial innovation means there's no waiting for 100% certainty.   In this (lengthy!) post, the overdue Part 3 in Soil Series, I take a look at the innovation in...
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My view on an agriculture topic in popular culture. Today's topic: why glyphosate is actually OK.
Why Agritech entrepreneurship matters
Entrepreneurship transforms industries, societies and cultures.  Everywhere we turn can see aspects of our lives shaped directly or indirectly by people who dedicated themselves to taking entrepreneurial risk.  Frequently they do this in the face of difficulty, while putting capital, reputation, sweat and tears on the line to bring their innovations to life.  Not everyone wants to be an entrepreneur,...

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