23 March, 2020
We must act decisively to secure the two most urgent pieces of the food chain—the first and the last mile.
Report | 24 March, 2021
The shift to alternative proteins based on plants, microorganisms, and animal cells is just beginning to pick up speed. The market will hit $290 billion by 2035.
Infographic | 24 March, 2021
A food revolution is coming. The ingredients for success: new protein options based on plants, microorganisms, and animal cells.
Article | 26 January, 2021
Even companies with modest direct-emissions footprints can make a global impact on decarbonization by implementing nine initiatives in their supply chains.
Slideshow | 14 December, 2020
Our simulation of China’s climate-change pathways shows that it has economically attractive and socially viable pathways to achieve its decarbonization goals.
Article | 7 December, 2020
The challenges of automating agricultural processing are significant, but so, too, are the payoffs from getting it right.
Article | 28 October, 2020
The environmental, economic, and social costs of food aren’t included in the price. Stakeholders must account for them to limit agriculture’s adverse effects and increase its positive impact.
Article | 18 September, 2020
Big companies are working together to foster regenerative practices, revive high-value ecosystems, and increase the diversity of raw materials in their product portfolios.
Report | 9 June, 2020
Global forests are worth as much as $150 trillion—nearly double the value of global stock markets. Six actions can stop their destruction and help limit climate change.
Article | 14 May, 2020
In the coming post-COVID-19 upswing, the global agriculture industry may finally bounce back. Here’s how to reap the rewards.