WFO Gymnasium young farmers on the impact of climate change on soil health and agriculture.
On the occasion of this year’s World Soil Day, two brilliant and active students of the second edition of the WFO Gymnasium High-Level Capacity Building programme, Hannes Bumann, a young farmer from Germany, and Chrispen Mununga, a young farmer from Zimbabwe, spoke with CropLife International about the actions next-generation farmers are taking to protect soil health and mitigate the impact of climate change.
Young farmers around the world are concerned about climate change and orient their agricultural practices to help mitigate the impacts of environmental threats. As farmers like Bumann and Mununga continue to adopt sustainable and innovative farming methods, they are helping to strengthen food chains, protect soil health and ensure sustainable food supplies in the years to come.
Read the full interview at https://croplife.org/news/young-farmers-on-the-impact-of-climate-change-on-agriculture/.