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Shaping the Future of Food Security and Agriculture
Drawing on its collaboration with the World Economic Forum on food security and agriculture, Deloitte continues to build its collection of insights on this critical topic, delivering unique perspectives, research, and solutions. This page provides details on the Forum initiative Deloitte supported as well as key deliverables, perspectives from Deloitte leaders on food systems, and links to related Deloitte eminence.
- The Future of Global Food Systems
- New Vision for Agriculture Country Partnership Guide: Toolkit Secretariat Structures
- Building partnerships for sustainable agriculture and food security
Work with the World Economic Forum
Based on our capabilities and experience in food security and key related topics, Deloitte had the opportunity to support the World Economic Forum on its Future of Food Security and Agriculture Initiative. Through dialogues hosted by the Forum and in collaboration with Deloitte, leaders from all sectors and regions aligned around four core aspirations that aim for the world’s food systems to be:
- Inclusive, ensuring economic and social inclusion for all food system actors, especially smallholders, women and youth.
- Sustainable, minimizing negative environmental impacts, conserving scarce natural resources and strengthening resiliency against future shocks.
- Efficient, producing adequate quantities of food for global needs while minimizing post-harvest loss and consumer waste; and
- Nutritious and healthy, enabling consumption of a diverse range of healthy, nutritious, and safe foods.
The aspiration for inclusive, sustainable, efficient, and healthy food systems will not be easy to achieve. A number of major global trends will pose both challenges and opportunities in the future. From technology to government, the implications reach across a range of sectors and will require a holistic approach in order to address systemic and interconnected challenges.
For details on the outcomes of the Future of Food Security and Agriculture Initiative, see the joint Deloitte-Forum reports below. Also available are links to Deloitte’s work on key topics related to this initiative as well as leadership perspectives.
Shaping the future of global food systems: A scenarios analysis
This report from Deloitte Global and the World Economic Forum seeks to answer the key question: “How will food systems nutritiously and sustainably feed 8.5 billion people in 2030?” By identifying critical uncertainties that will shape food systems in the next decade and a half, the report draws on scenario planning to paint a set of provocative potential futures to inspire action. The report explores why we’re not on track to meet demand by 2030 and provide business intelligence to executives on this critical topic and serve as a tool for proactive policy-making.
View or download the report from the World Economic Forum
Building partnerships for sustainable agriculture and food security: A guide for country-led action
This practical guide from the World Economic Forum’s New Vision for Agriculture (NVA) initiative and Deloitte Global, encourages national and global leaders to develop country partnerships in sustainable agriculture and food security. With practical recommendations, it draws on best practices and lessons learned from 21 countries in Africa, Asia, and Latin America, where partnerships catalyzed and supported by NVA have benefitted over 10.5 million farmers to date. The approach described in this guide serves as a framework for action that can be adapted to any local context and can evolve over time.
New Vision for Agriculture Country Partnership Guide: Toolkit Secretariat Structures
This Secretariat Toolkit is intended to supplement the Building partnerships for sustainable agriculture and food security: A guide for country-led action (see above). As country partnerships transition into implementation, a dedicated secretariat can help support activities as well as coordinate the partnership’s governance and implementation structures. This toolkit provides a practical reference on how to build and strengthen a secretariat, including best practices, tips, and customizable templates.
Deloitte leaders and subject-matter experts discuss the challenges and opportunities of global food systems.
Will the farm-to-table movement miss too many tables? How the local food movement may exacerbate global inequalities by Shay Eliaz, Strategy Principal - MonitorDeloitte
What happens when we eat too much? by Shay Eliaz, Strategy Principal - MonitorDeloitte
The future of food: Are we on the path to survival of the richest? by Shay Eliaz, Strategy Principal - MonitorDeloitte
What Does the Future Hold for Our Global Food System? from Organic Authority
What will we be eating in 2030? And where will it come from? by Shay Eliaz, Strategy Principal - MonitorDeloitte
Reshaping the world’s food systems by Shay Eliaz, Strategy Principal - MonitorDeloitte
Looking after the future of our food and ourselves by Tim Hanley, Global Leader - Consumer & Industrial Products
Q&A: How Colombia and the World Can Improve Food Security and Boost Agribusiness by Shay Eliaz, Strategy Principal - MonitorDeloitte
‘La agricultura moderna, una buena forma de vivir’ by Shay Eliaz, Strategy Principal – MonitorDeloitte (English translation)
Related Deloitte reports and initiatives
From technology to water to food safety, the scope and impact of global food systems is significant and Deloitte has explored many of the issues and trends that are playing a role in this critical topic.
Food & consumer health
Deloitte Food Quality and Safety Solution
Food Quality and Safety Assessment and Roadmap: Determining where to start
Agribusiness & technology
From dirt to data: The second green revolution and the Internet of Things
Industry 4.0 - Is Africa ready for digital transformation?
2016 Global chemical industry mergers and acquisitions outlook
The Internet of Things Ecosystem: Unlocking the business value of connected devices
Resources & sustainability
Deflecting the scarcity trajectory: Innovation at the water, energy, and food nexus
The top trends in the global water sector
How Deloitte supports the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals