Decarbonizing the food system: Time is running out!
Realizing a net zero, or carbon negative food system
Carbon dioxide and other emissions, must be reduced to achieve the sustainability targets that governments have agreed to. The food system forms a large part. If we want to realize net zero (or even carbon negative) emissions, that means we need to rethink how we produce, process and consume food.
Our bright food future in 2050
Healthy, sustainable, and responsibly sourced food
What will our society look like in 2050?
What does our world look like in 2050? How can we create a food system without compromise that’s sustainable, healthy and even-handed?
The sustainability conviction
The future of food: a Canadian perspective
The sustainability conviction, the third article in our series about the future of Canada’s food sector, explores how organizations are working together to build a food system that’s more sustainable and better equipped to deal with future demands.