So the CEO of Syngenta Italia, on the sidelines of the event “Open Science – soil health, climate change and agricultural productivity: let’s talk about regenerative agriculture”
“Syngenta’s commitment here in Mantua goes back a long way. In fact, it is already the seventh year that we have been present to talk about common and important topics, such as that of the nutrition of an ever-growing world population and that of climate change”. So the managing director of Syngenta Italia, Massimo Scaglia, on the sidelines of the event “Open Science – soil health, climate change and agricultural productivity: let’s talk about regenerative agriculture”, which is part of the company’s “Open Science” project and it took place on the occasion of the seventh edition of the Mantova Food&Science Festival, organized by Confagricoltura Mantova.
“Syngenta believes that regenerative agriculture is part of the solution to one of the most serious challenges we have to face – said the CEO of Syngenta Italy – on the one hand we have to feed a growing number of people, on the other learn to protect the environment, adopting more sustainable models while keeping the work of farmers and the supply chain profitable. To discuss these issues and think together about the possible ways forward, we wanted to create this opportunity for discussion, which allows us to put together the opinion of authoritative experts, technicians and our entire agricultural world”.