Felipe Pasini is a Brazilian farmer, Journalist and holds an MSc in Environmental Sciences and Conservation from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro. Since 2006 he’s been working closely with the renowned farmer Ernst Götsch on projects in tropical and Mediterranean zones. In 2018 he moved to the driest municipality in Portugal to help implement drought-adapted soil practices based on successional agroforestry for farmers and public schools.
In 2011 he launched the education initiative Agenda Gotsch and later Life in Syntropy, which have helped thousands of farmers adopt more regenerative practices.
He’s currently a member of the international consortium The Biotic Pump Greening Group, an initiative committed to presenting solutions for restoring highly arid zones.