Wednesday
August 22
2018

These 3 social enterprises are championing sustainable agriculture in Southeast Asia

By Trang Chu Minh

From zero-waste cashews to high-yield rice, these social ventures in Southeast Asia have made it their mission to create more social and environmental awareness around the food and drinks people consume.

Cashew-producing social venture marries women empowerment with zero waste farming

Behind rugged mountains and dense rainforests, the rural villages of East Bali are home to impoverished cashew-farming communities who rely predominantly on agriculture to make ends meet.

Source: Eco-Business (link opens in a new window)

Categories
Agriculture
Tags
farmers, social business, social enterprise, social impact, social innovation, sustainability