Announcing the 2022 Nuffield International Scholars

Nine farmers and agri-professionals from the USA, Chile, Japan and Brazil will join the unique global network of Nuffield International Scholars.

The 2022 Nuffield International Scholars are:

Ana Carolina Zimmermann - Brazil

How to transform Brazil into a recognised agri-environmental power

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Elder Bruno - Brazil

How digital transformation can be applied to farmers and how digital tools can be helpful for managing ESG

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Isidora Molina Perez de Castro - Chile

Regenerative agriculture, focusing on climate change, biodiversity and water scarcity

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Raqueeb Bey Ajamu-Osagboro - USA

How regenerative agriculture can help urban farms, and the importance of diversity and inclusion to empower black urban and rural farmers

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Renata Rossetto Lopes - Brazil

Carbon sequestration initiatives that could be scaled up across Brazil

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Ruth McCabe - USA

Voluntary stakeholder adoption of conservation agronomy practices and how existing infrastructure and support programs impact the perception of conservation

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Shinya Okazaki - Japan

The relationship between agriculture and the environment in Japan

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Thomas Merwin - USA

How family farms in California can survive and thrive.

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Victor Muñoz - Chile

The economic productivity of water

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