Finding ways to develop sustainable food systems that can feed a rapidly growing global population is a hot topic at the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting.
Kimbal Musk, who is on a mission to give youngster across America access to ‘real food’, is taking part in a discussion today on ‘Creating Healthy Food Systems’ at 1pm today (ET). Watch it live.
And check out some of the discussions and opinions on food sustainability that have been aired over the past couple of days of the Annual Meeting in Davos, which runs until 26 January.
Including the thoughts of Marco Lambertini, Director General of WWF, on the ‘future of food’.
Yesterday at #WEF18 in #Davos @WWF_DG took part in a session looking at the future of food, particularly sustainable, safe and accessible protein. All stakeholders agreed we must reduce our production footprint and consider plant-based #protein pic.twitter.com/vYrhYHkgvf
— João Campari (@WWFLeadFood) January 24, 2018