By 2050, 80% of all food eaten will be in urban cities. How can we transition and encourage a regenerative food system, where food production improves rather than destroys our environment? This webinar looks at how cities can adopt circular practices to protect our planet, whilst offering nutritious food sources.
Funding in agriculture has remained high, whilst the drop in valuations in certain sectors has encouraged funding within companies that host a robust novel science. In this webinar we deep dive into the current investment climate in F&D and understand where the opportunities and outlook for the sector are.
The plant-based alternative sector has witnessed a severe downturn over the past few years. The initial boom witnessed during the pandemic has subsided to trepidation as sales decline and the industry consolidates. Has the plant-based alternative sector peaked?
How can farming practices remain environmentally friendly and economically sustainable. Is it time to move towards the regeneration of land and agriculture?
How can we reduce food waste across the food supply chain? How can we tackle food waste in the home, in the community and across urban cities.
The Covid pandemic has highlighted the broken food supply chain. How can we finance the latest opportunities to feed a growing global population?
How can we harness aquaculture and fisheries to deliver a sustainable solution for the fishing industry? Can we match demand for fish and seafood with a depleting resource?
Are Western diets sustainable? What we eat matters and what we consume is destroying the planet. What should we eat for better health and a better planet?
What Next? Are we meeting the objective within food and the SDGs? Are we going to achieve zero hunger, and can we ensure the population has access to adequate, sustainable, and nutritious food?
What are the latest advancements within vertical farming and Agtech? How are AI and automation supporting agricultural and soil health?