Farm-Centric Food Systems
Senior Industry Leaders Will Share Their Insights
This 50-minute digital dialogue, in partnership with Bayer, brought food processors, retailers, sustainability-focused NGOs, and other key players together to look at the smart, collaborative, and scalable approaches already being implemented by young farmers and their partners to help address some of the biggest challenges of sustainable food production. The conversation, which is the second in this series, centred on the crucial steps to transition identified by the European Council of Young Farmers, zeroing in on the priorities identified for the next decade, and what their partners from around the agri-food ecosystem can do to help achieve them.
What are young farmers’ key priorities over the next 10-15 years?
Alignment and Collaboration
Can better alignment on priorities help drive more innovation through collaboration?
What is driving change, consumers or regulation? Are young farmers driving this? What do they need to be able to drive their own agenda?
How can the cost of shifting to more sustainable farm practices be shared more fairly along the food value chain?
Are current incentive structures encouraging farmers to produce more food rather than more sustainable food?
Technology and Nature
How do we ensure new technologies interact well with nature, to preserve and maximise biodiversity, particularly soil biodiversity?
World-Class Business Leaders and Speakers
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"An honest discussion from the panel about empowering farmers through technology to connect with consumers so that we can drive more sustainable future in agriculture."
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