It takes strong convictions to achieve a balance between economic, social and ecological concerns. We live by ours.


New Revolution in Agriculture

A New Revolution in Agriculture

It is time for a New Revolution in Agriculture. Building on the initial successes of the first Green Revolution in the 1960s, what is urgently needed is a significant and sustainable increase in agricultural production worldwide. » more

Food Chain

Food Chain Partnerships

We are forging partnerships benefiting farmers, processors, retailers and consumers. » more

Agricultural Education

Agricultural Education

We sow the seeds of enthusiasm for the natural sciences - at all levels. » more

Food Security

Food Security

We are helping close the gap between the decreasing amount of cropland and the growing demand for food. » more

Ressource efficiency

Resource Efficiency

We help farmers manage the limited resources they have available. » more

Climate Change

Climate Change

Given the enormous changes to our climate, we need to develop new solutions. » more

Biodiversity

Biodiversity

Biodiversity is not a luxury but a necessity. That's why we're working hard to protect it. » more

Weed Resistance

Managing Weed Resistance

Weed resistance is a serious threat to agriculture’s ability to produce healthy crops. » more

Rural development

Rural Development

If we want to eradicate child labor, we have to develop rural areas. We're doing both. » more

Our Principles

Our Principles
Our principles: from farming sustainably to using plant biotechnology, from stopping child labor to promoting biodiversity.  » more

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Bayer Sustainable Development Report
Bayer Sustainable Development Report

New Revolution in Agriculture

A greener revolution in agriculture

Five-point-plan for a New Revolution in Agriculture.

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