In July 2020, Kering announced a dedicated biodiversity strategy with a series of new targets to achieve a “net positive” impact on biodiversity by 2025. Motivated to take transformative action, Kering and Conservation International launched the Regenerative Fund for Nature in order to transition 1,000,000 hectares of current crop and rangelands into regenerative farming practices over the next five years. The Fund will provide grants to projects that support producers at the frontlines of agricultural change. Through a suite of successful projects, the Fund aims to catalyze new approaches to raw material production and sourcing by the fashion sector. Ultimately, the Fund will deliver measurable outcomes in terms of biodiversity, climate while supporting improved animal welfare and rural livelihoods. Learn more here. Photo credit: Kering.