Throughout history, humanity has improved lives and inspired breakthroughs that help address some of our biggest challenges. Our shared sense of inventiveness gave us agriculture—one of the oldest and most important inventions—and we believe it can do even more.
At Bayer, we’re harnessing the spirit of innovation to shape what’s possible for farmers, consumers, and the planet. Join us:
- Table talk: Advancing a Carbon Zero Future for Agriculture October 27, 1:30-2:15 (Central Time)
- Dr. Pam Bachman | Digital Agriculture & Sustainability Lead | The Climate Corporation, a subsidiary of Bayer.
- Leonardo Bastos | Vice President and Head of Carbon Business Model | Bayer Crop Science
- Eduardo Bastos | Head of Sustainability Latin America | Bayer Crop Science
Video Chat Schedule
Contributing to sustainable development has become a core element of Bayer’s corporate strategy. We are increasingly focusing our activities on providing more people in all the regions of the world with access to health care and food and devising solutions to the challenges presented by climate change and protecting the environment.
Genetically modified crops (also referred to as genetically engineered or GMOs), help farmers to maximize each acre of farmland and reduce resources – water, land, energy - required to produce our food, fuel and fiber. GMOs are an important tool for farmers to maintain their land and grow food more sustainably.
Bayer Bee Care Program
The Bayer Bee Care Program was established to find solutions to bee health challenges. The program brings Bayer’s extensive bee health experience and knowledge under one coordinated platform. Bayer has proudly dedicated more than 30 years to ensuring the protection of pollinators.
We believe in doing things responsibly. We set high ethical standards that represent how we measure ourselves and our partners. Through greater efforts in transparency, we can work together to turn the impossibilities of today into the breakthroughs of tomorrow.
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Your conference representative
John Pitkin, Senior Fellow, University Senior Program Manager