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Blake Lapthorn welcomed Tom Curtis, MD of LandShare as its second speaker of the fifth series of green breakfasts.

Blake Lapthorn welcomed Tom Curtis, MD of LandShare as its second speaker of the fifth series of green breakfasts.

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  • 1. 2008 >50% of the world’s population living in a city…
  • 2. Oxford’s Food Footprint
  • 3. Land: 40,000 hectares Energy: 450,000 BOI x 2100 Water: 375 million tonnes
  • 4. …Uncertainty Footprints Liabilities Efficiency Flexibility
  • 5. “There are known knowns; there are things we know that we know. There are known unknowns; that is to say, there are things that we now know we don’t know. But there are also unknown unknowns; there are things we do not know we don’t know.” United States Secretary of Defence Donald Rumsfeld …Risk Analysis
  • 6. Known unknowns: Climate Known unknowns: Conflict
  • 7. Unknown unknowns?
  • 8. Globalisation Localisation
  • 9. Organic Vegetarian… • Integrated systems: Farm energy and nutrient strategies • Mixed farms • Rotations • Min-till • Precision farming Conventional farming
  • 10. •• Strategic level of detail Strategic level of detail •• Add other benchmarking checklists: Add other benchmarking checklists: --Equitable trade Equitable trade --Biological conservation Biological conservation •• Avoiding ‘analysis paralysis’ Avoiding ‘analysis paralysis’
  • 11. Who is it aimed at? City School Retailer Community University Restaurant Individual Hospital … Food Strategy Procurement Plan Continuity Plan
  • 12. Translating it into action… Optimise: Plan Action • Consumption • Production • Provenance Targets Communication: Future-Proofing Score YouFood.org …future-proofing the supply chain
  • 13. Contact: TomCurtis@LandShare.org.uk