Slash and burn farming is rapidly destroying the world’s remaining rainforests and sending vast amounts of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere. Yet for more than 250 million farmers across the world, it is the only way they can survive.
Through implementing INGA Alley Cropping, the sustainable alternative to slash and burn, we can change this.
By supporting farmers to take up this technique, the Inga Foundation gives them the ability to feed their families and improve their livelihoods, whilst keeping the rainforest and it’s rich biodiversity intact.
The brief was to illustrate how the system works against the traditional slashed burn technique and how it can be a profitable and sustainable way of life.
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