December 7th, 2023
Regenerative livestock and agriculture are emerging as fundamental approaches for the sustainable present and future of food production in Bolivia. The adoption of regenerative practices not only restores soil fertility and improves ecosystem health but also enhances the economic sustainability of agricultural activities. Furthermore, these practices promote coexistence with wildlife, such as jaguars, and pave the way for a healthy, pesticide-free life that benefits the planet.
Bolivia, ranked as the third country with the highest deforestation rates for three consecutive years, is facing an environmental crisis with a record 32% forest loss in 2022, primarily due to agricultural expansion. Forty-one percent of deforested areas are concentrated in five municipalities in Santa Cruz. Despite the grim outlook, there is potential to implement deforestation-free value chains in agriculture and livestock in Santa Cruz, advocating for the adoption of sustainable practices to preserve natural resources.
The present research has been conducted by Revista Nómadas, with the support of WWF Bolivia.
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