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The future of Food and Agriculture - Alternative pathways to 2050. COAG 26 Side Event








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    The future of food and agriculture – Alternative pathways to 2050 2018
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    The report 'The future of food and agriculture – Alternative pathways to 2050' explores three different scenarios for the future of food and agriculture, based on alternative trends for key drivers, such as income growth and distribution, population growth, technical progress in agriculture, and climate change. Building on the report 'The future of food and agriculture – Trends and challenges', this publication provides scenario-based quantitative projections to 2050 for food and agriculture. Quantitative evidence and qualitative assessments, shed light on possible strategic options for achieving the Sustainable Development Goals of eradicating hunger, improving nutrition and ensuring that food and agricultural sectors become economically, socially and environmentally sustainable.
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    The future of food and agriculture – Alternative pathways to 2050. Summary version 2018
    This publication summarizes the findings and analyses portrayed in the report The future of food and agriculture – Alternative pathways to 2050 and provides essential information on the approach adopted to implement the underlying foresight exercise. It targets readers interested in key results and related strategic options to move food and agricultural systems towards sustainability.
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    The future of food and agriculture – Alternative pathways to 2050. OVERVIEW 2018
    This brief portrays the key messages resulting from the report The future of food and agriculture – Alternative pathways to 2050. It highlights selected key analytical findings that show the benefices of moving food and agricultural systems towards socioeconomic and environmental sustainability.

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