Alternative Futures for Global Food and Agriculture

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Alternative Futures for Global Food and Agriculture

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OECD Publishing

Date:

18 February 2016

Description:

The report examines three scenarios to ensure that future needs in terms of food and agriculture are met in a social, economic, and environmentally sustainable manner. The scenarios are based on global economic models, and developed through extensive discussions with relevant stakeholders

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Stakeholder Scenarios and Food and Climate Futures

Linking regional stakeholder scenarios and shared socioeconomic pathways: Quantified West African food and climate futures in a global context

Authors: Amanda Palazzo, Joost Vervoort, Daniel Mason-D'Croz, Lucas Rutting, Petr Havlik, Shanila Islam, Jules Bayala, Hugo Valin, Hame Abdou Kadi Kadi, Philip Thornton, and Robert Zougmore

Journal: Global Environmental Change 

2017

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Citation: Amanda Palazzo, Joost Vervoort, Daniel Mason-D'Croz, Lucas Rutting, Petr Havlik, Shanila Islam, Jules Bayala, Hugo Valin, Hame Abdou Kadi Kadi, Philip Thornton, and Robert Zougmore

 

 

Shaping the Future of Global Food Systems: A Scenarios Analysis

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Shaping the Future of Global Food Systems: A Scenarios Analysis

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World Economic Forum’s System Initiative on Shaping the Future of Food Security and Agriculture, with Deloitte

Date:

13 January 2017

Description:

This report presents four scenarios for the future of global systems, in order to help decision-making on providing healthy and sustainable food for the global population by 2030.

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Oxford Futures Forum: 2017 Report

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Oxford Futures Forum 2017 Report

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Oxford Scenarios Programme

Date:

June 2017

Description:

The Oxford Futures Forum 2017 event focused on the potential of scenario planning in climate change, to create narratives and strategies that can be used to drive dialogue, collaborations, and decision making.

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Plausible Future Scenarios for the UK Food and Feed System – 2015 – 2035

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Plausible Future Scenarios for the UK Food and Feed System – 2015 – 2035

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Cranfield University, Institute for Environment, Health, Risk and Futures (IEHRF)

Sponsored by the DEFRA Futures Partnership

Date:

June 2014

Description:

This report presents a range of future scenarios for the UK food system, emphasizing implications for consumer behavior

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The Future of Food and Farming: Challenges and Choices for Global Sustainability

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The Future of Food and Farming: Challenges and Choices for Global Sustainability

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The Government Office for Science

Date:

24 January 2011

Description:

The report explores the pressures on the global food system between now and 2050, and is intended to guide decision making to ensure a sustainable and healthy food supply for a growing population.

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Food Systems and Diets: Facing the Challenges of the 21st Century

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Food Systems and Diets: Facing the Challenges of the 21st Century

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The Global Panel on Agriculture and Food Systems for Nutrition (GLOPAN)

Date:

23 September 2016

Description:

Intended to guide policy-makers in making food systems that support healthier diets, the report shows the impact of current trends on diets by 2030

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The State of Food and Agriculture 2017

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The State of Food and Agriculture 2017

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FAO

Date:

October 2017

Description:

The report examines the evolution of global food systems under the influence of population growth, increasing urbanization, technologies, and climate change

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Foresight4Food – In Plain Language

  Knowing what the future holds is never easy, and as often as not our predictions can turn out to be quite wrong. But some things we do know.  A sugary fatty diet with too little exercise will make us obese, with a high chance of ending up with diabetes.  If many of us follow …

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