Agriculture and climate change
How we strive to make our operations more sustainable.
Through changed weather patterns and water availability, it also affects how we operate.
We are aware of the problems that climate change may have for agriculture and how we can help.
Growing seasons, water availability, pests, and agricultural yield are all impacted by climate change, making it more difficult for farmers to produce better, more plentiful food to feed an expanding population.
To share information and produce outcomes locally,
we collaborate with our clients, growers of all sizes, and other food chain players.
On the farm, we urge growers to implement climate-smart methods that aid in input optimization, carbon emissions reduction from the soil, and crop resilience to changing weather patterns. Agronomic fields could become carbon sinks by implementing techniques like minimal tillage, crop rotation, and efficient fertilizer management in conjunction with permanent crop cover measures.
reducing emissions from internal activities
We also want to lower the carbon intensity of our operations by at least 50% by 2030 as part of our commitment to Strive towards carbon neutral agriculture. To achieve this, we are concentrating on enhancing the effectiveness of our production processes, putting in place site-based energy-saving programs, and raising the proportion of renewable energy sources.
assisting vendors to control emissions
We are interacting with our most significant supply chain partners for our chemical supply chain to acquire information on carbon targets and measurements as well as data on product-, site-, or corporate-level carbon footprints. We also interact with our logistical partners and ask them for carbon statistics.
deepest gratitude For farmers
Nambo’s goal is to become a pioneer in sustainable agriculture by establishing an industry-university cooperation organization in partnership with educational institutions.