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Taking action to tackle agricultural challenges

Now more than ever, food production systems must become more sustainable and resilient, in order to adapt to climate-related risks, safeguard the world’s natural resources, biodiversity, and the health and safety of humankind.

To reverse the trends that lead to natural resources degradation and biodiversity loss, we are bringing together our knowledge, technical expertise and innovation to help farmers produce more and healthier food in a sustainable way.

We are striving to deliver the most innovative agricultural solutions for the farmers, environment and human health. We want to contribute to a world where there is no hunger, food insecurity and malnutrition, while also protecting and preserving nature for present and future generations.

Our vision for the future is a world with zero hunger, in which we help to feed the planet within its boundaries.

Our commitment to Sustainability

Sustainability has always been at the core of our business. Our Group was founded on the principle of ‘Well Balanced Agriculture’, refering to the equilibrium of using conventional and biological agri-inputs with sustainable agriculture practices to increase global food production.

Beyond our product portfolio, sustainability is also at the heart of our operations, with our operational practices adhering to high ESG standards: economic, social, and environmental.

Sustainability Strategy 2023/2030

Our Sustainability Strategy is guided by Four Balanced Pillars of Action -Balanced Climate, Nature, People and Governance-, which support our sustainability vision and overall ambition, contribute to the UN 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, and reflect the integration of three key dimensions – environmental, social and governance (ESG) – in everything we do.

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Net Zero Roadmap

We aim to be Net Zero by 2050, meaning zero GHG emissions produced as a result of our activities and operations. We are committed to aligning this target, as well as all other supporting, interim GHG emission reduction targets, with the Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi), consistent with limiting temperature rise to 1.5°C.

Sustainability Report FY22/23

Our Annual Sustainability Report discloses our crucial steps to drive a positive impact on sustainable agriculture. We are committed to contribute to the UN Sustainable Development Goals by transforming food production system through a sustainable agriculture that contributes to eliminate hunger, achieve food security, and improve nutrition worldwide. The fiscal year 2022/2023 marks the first year of our reporting against the Sustainability Strategy 2023/2030, highlighting our performance regarding Environment, Social and Governance

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