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Changing the Food Game

Market Transformation Strategies for Sustainable Agriculture

Paperback Engels 2014 9781783532308
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By 2050, the world’s population is estimated to grow to 10 billion. To feed everyone, we will have to double our food production, to produce more food in the next 40 years than in the whole of the last 6,000. Changing the Food Game shows how our unsustainable food production system cannot support this growth. In this prescient book, Lucas Simons argues that the biggest challenge for our generation can only be solved by effective market transformation to achieve sustainable agriculture and food production.
Lucas Simons explains clearly how we have created a production and trading system that is inherently unsustainable. But he also demonstrates that we have reason to be hopeful – from a sustainability race in the cocoa industry to examples of market transformation taking place in palm oil, timber, and sugarcane production. He also poses the question: where next?
Provocative and eye-opening, Changing the Food Game uncovers the real story of how our food makes it on to our plates and presents a game-changing solution to revolutionize the industry.

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ISBN13:9781783532308
Taal:Engels
Bindwijze:paperback
Aantal pagina's:268
Verschijningsdatum:9-11-2014
Hoofdrubriek:Leiderschap
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Over Lucas Simons

Lucas Simons is the founder of NewForesight and SCOPEinsight. He is a leading and award-winning business and sustainability advisor, international public speaker, and author of Changing the Food Game (2014) and Changing the Game (2020). Lucas is known for getting results in system change and sustainable market transformation at a global scale.

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