2016 China Global Leaders Programme - Scaling up Natural Farming in China

长春云凤合作社欲将自然农业模式推向全国

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全球未来研究所、长春市云凤农牧专业合作社等单位7月22日在长春联合发布“自然农业商业模式规划书”(下称“规划书”),旨在将云凤农牧业专业合作社的自然农业商业模式推向全国。

自然农业是以种养小循环为核心,利用自然界中各种生物相互依存循环生长的规律进行农牧业生产,是一种节省资源、清洁环境,确保质量安全的生产方式,其特点是低成本、高效率。

2009年成立的长春市云凤农牧专业合作社,一直从事生态养殖技术研发与推广。合作社创办人李云凤系农民出身,从2001年起开始养猪,2004年接触到发酵床养殖技术,经过十多年实践和钻研,对自然农业技术有了很深的领悟,并致力于将自然农业技术本土化。

“通过国际化的视野和高度,把我们实行十多年的农业模式上升为具体商业模式,服务更多的合作社。”李云凤介绍,把我们的技术和文化推广到全世界,也希望我们这种自然农业的模式国际化,能服务更多的人,让大家都能吃上绿色食品。

据介绍,云凤合作社已经与河南、陕西、山西等地的合作社进行自然农业方面的合作,已经取得不错的效果。

全球未来研究所“国际领袖计划”团队成员李一方介绍,云凤合作社在当地已经有比较成熟的商业模式,未来或将通过建立这样一个自然农业的联盟,实现各地资源共享。

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English Transcript:

NTV (New Television, Mongolia): The Young Global Leaders have successfully completed their 28th program in Mongolia, during which the participants focused on crafting creative solutions for SME financing for the country's rural population. 30 professionals from world-renowned companies have gathered in Mongolia in cooperation with TenGer Financial Group and Frontier Securities and drafted the a blueprint for a social impact investment fund. They believe the project is much needed given the current situation in the country where leadership and good corporate governance is lacking. 

Chandran: One of the take-aways from this programme was to bring business professionals from fast-growing countries to get them to understand diverse business issues and opportunities while learning from each others different cultures. Also, we hope that a social impact fund can be set up in Mongolia to facilitate its growth, and today we have presented the initial plan. 

NTV: Participants have spent the past week in Mongolia meeting businesses, consumers and investors in Ulaanbaatar and also in rural areas. Although in the last few years the Mongolian economy has been growing rapidly, financing costs are high and funding sources scarce, providing challenging access to capital markets. The programme has helped local SMEs to meet with investors and allowed them to learn about new types of financing available for their businesses.

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