How Regenerative Agriculture Can Help Us Achieve a Truly Circular Economy – A WCEF2023 Accelerator Session


The transition to a circular economy goes hand in hand with the transition towards a sustainable, nature-positive food system. How can adopting regenerative agriculture practices help, and what have we learned along the way?

On June 2, experts from Metabolic will host a webinar as part of the World Circular Economy Forum 2023. We will discuss how regenerative agriculture and the circular economy are connected, and how regenerative farming practices can help us produce and consume goods sustainably. We will share learnings from on-the-ground projects, where our goal is to showcase how new and creative farming methods can help us produce enough food for the world’s population while also respecting the limits of our planet

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This webinar is an Accelerator Session at the World Circular Economy Forum 2023. WCEF2023 will gather forward-looking thinkers and doers and present the game-changers in the circular economy. The Forum will be held from 30 May to 2 June in Helsinki, Finland. WCEF2023 is co-organized by Nordic Innovation and the Finnish Innovation Fund Sitra, with international partners. The event is free of charge, and open to all online.


Eva Gladek
CEO and Founder
Brian Shaw
Director, Agrifood & Biodiversity 
Martina Henry
Director, Agriculture Sustainability, The Kraft Heinz Company
Philippe Birker
Co-Founder, Climate Farmers

Learn more about Metabolic’s work on Regenerative Agriculture


Any questions?

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Agrifood & Biodiversity Lead,
Brian James Shaw

Learn more about our work in the Agri-Food sector

Our mission is to transition the economy to a fundamentally sustainable state.

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