Michael-Doane-Monsanto.png Iconic agricultural company Monsanto has sustainability in its DNA. Michael Doane, the company’s Vice President of Sustainable Agricultural Policy, identifies the three key sustainability factors that the company prioritizes: meeting the growing demand for food, doing that in a way that conserves the underlying resource base (water and land) and producing more while conserving more and improving agricultural workers’ lives. Monsanto’s goal is to serve farmers in practical ways by helping to control pests, heat and drought while delivering these solutions sustainably.