13 November 2018. Seattle, United States. University of Washington. Foresight @CGIAR One-day pre-SC-7 event on horizon scanning and foresight in CGIAR
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- Synthesize results of ISPC foresight exercise on drivers of change and future trends affecting the global agri-food systems, and their implications for CGIAR research agenda.
- Consider options for the development of future Independent Science and Development Council (ISDC) work on foresight and horizon scanning.
- This book features a comprehensive foresight assessment, exploring the pressures — threats as well as opportunities — on the global agriculture & food systems between now and 2050.
- Pdfs of individual chapters are also available on the Publisher website
- The overarching aim of this book is to help readers understand the context, by analyzing global trends and anticipating change for better planning and constructing pathways from the present to the future by focusing on the right questions and problems.
- The book contextualizes the role of international agricultural research in addressing the complex challenges posed by UN 2030 Agenda and beyond, and identifies the decisions that scientific leaders, donors and policy makers need to take today, and in the years ahead, to ensure that a global population rising to nine billion or more combined with rising incomes and changing diets can be fed sustainably and equitably, in the face of the growing climate threats.
Session 1. Introduction – Synthesis of IPSC Foresight
- Eileen McLellan (EDF) – Nitrogen scenarios
- Tom Bruulsema (IPNI) – Phosphorus scenarios
- Dana Cornell (University of Technology Sydney) – Future Phosphorus Pathways
- Ken Cassman (University of Nebraska) – Resource-use efficiency and the yield gap
- Ruth DeFries (Columbia University) [remotely] – Natural resources and sustainable development
Panel 3: Disruptive technologies & innovation; Leapfrogging for development – opportunities for CGIAR?
- Patrick van der Duin (STT) – Disruptive technology in agriculture
- Bruce Friedrich (Good Food Institute) – Futures of food systems
- Jonathan Wadsworth (World Bank) – Leapfrogging for development in S.S. Africa
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