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Transition Pathways

Our Transition Pathways analysis looks at the cost of moving landscapes from conventional to regenerative agricultural approaches to help farmers and other relevant actors understand the trade-offs and returns of embarking on this journey. We are publishing our findings in a series of reports over the coming months.   

We’ve focused our analysis, which models the expected economic outcomes over a 10-year period, on landscapes that produce the world’s most consumed foods: Querencia City in Brazil (soy and beef), Punjab State (rice), North Dakota (wheat and maize), East England (potatoes) and the Waikato Region in New Zealand (dairy).    

Our initial results are encouraging, indicating a transition will pay off over time, with increased economic and environmental benefits for farmers. We’ll be publishing these findings in a series of briefs over the coming months – keep updated by checking this webpage and following us on X and LinkedIn. 

Read the Brazil blog to find out more: EN | PT 

Read a summary of our Brazil analysis: EN | PT   

Read the full Brazil analysis: EN | PT   

Read a summary of our India analysis in English HERE

Read the full India analysis in English HERE