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  • Problem because we haven’t designed this process very well. Almost 0,9b people are hungry, that is 1 in 8 of global population (UN FAO)Global food demand is expected to double in the next 25-50 years. Pic: http://cdn.aarp.net/content/dam/aarp/health/healthy-living/2012-12/620-best-cancer-fighting-foods-prevent-nuts-berries-greens.imgcache.rev1355167418396.jpg
  • But, we have enough food.Stats even worse here – 1.4b people overweight, of which 0.5b obese (UN FAO)UN FAO stats in terms of malnutrition – defined to include both under and over nutritionThe problem is not food production so much as the way food is grown and distributed is very unfairMore people die from unhealthy eating than cigarette smokingSouth Africa is the 3rd most overweight adult population of any major country in the world! Around 34% of adultsPic: http://i.telegraph.co.uk/multimedia/archive/01814/moobs_1814781c.jpg
  • The current food system is not sustainable.New patterns of production and consumption are required providing local sourcing to bolster quality and reduce cost, waste – one-third of food generated for human consumption is wasted- and ecological impact. Agriculture accounts for 70% of the worlds increasing use of scarce water supplies and deforestation for food production produces more greenhouse gases than all forms of transportation combined(Hultprize.org) Pic: http://www.jwgreynolds.co.uk/index.php?/far-foods/
  • #WDCFOOD/Food Indaba/EatOut Symposium#WDCFOOD/Urban agriculture/Rooftops/ 44 Wale St#WDCFOOD/Food Economy/Cape Town Food Trucks
  • #WDCFOOD/Food Indaba/EatOut Symposium#WDCFOOD/Urban agriculture/Rooftops/ 44 Wale St#WDCFOOD/Food Economy/Cape Town Food Trucks
  • #WDCFOOD/Food Indaba/EatOut Symposium#WDCFOOD/Urban agriculture/Rooftops/ 44 Wale St#WDCFOOD/Food Economy/Cape Town Food Trucks
  • #WDCFOOD/Food Indaba/EatOut Symposium#WDCFOOD/Urban agriculture/Rooftops/ 44 Wale St#WDCFOOD/Food Economy/Cape Town Food Trucks
  • Jacques du ToitHead: Sustainable Livelihoods and Greening ProgrammesEnvironmental Resource Management Department
  • There are major issues but equally many people and organisations doing amazing work to alleviate malnutrition and improve the environment using food design.We would like to collaborate with as many of these initiatives as possible.
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    • 1. FOOD 2014 Las Madurasinghe fastandremarkable.com
    • 2. Food insecurity = hunger
    • 3. Food insecurity = obesity
    • 4. Food insecurity = environmental impact
    • 5. Recognised project @WDC2014 to promote designing food strategy to transform lives #WDC222.
    • 6. FOOD 2014 #WDCFOOD Food Indaba Urban Agriculture Initiatives # Grown in Philippi # SEED Rooftops #731 Foodpods #720 Company’s Garden Food Economy Food Waste Gardening Spier Secret Festival Green Clusters #723 Green roof urban incubator #729 Urban beekeeping #WDC222 #726 Spencer Road Park #721 Oranjezicht CF Growing Food Food Economy Food Waste Food Indaba #721 CTSC #722 Fields of Hope #725 Moyo we Khaya #728 Urban IFS #727 City of Eden #705 Food & Chatter Moyo Green Labs #703 Street Food Festival #704 7th Floor innovation Cape Town Market #712 Agriprotein #711 Waste to Food
    • 7. GROWING FOOD • URBAN GARDENING
    • 8. GROWING FOOD • URBAN GARDENING
    • 9. GROWING FOOD • URBAN GARDENING
    • 10. GROWING FOOD • ROOFTOP GARDENING
    • 11. GROWING FOOD • INITIATIVES
    • 12. GROWING FOOD • GROWN IN PHILIPPI
    • 13. FOOD WASTE • CT MARKET NUTRIENT RECYCLING
    • 14. FOOD WASTE • CT MARKET NUTRIENT RECYCLING
    • 15. FOOD WASTE • CT MARKET NUTRIENT RECYCLING
    • 16. FOOD WASTE • CT MARKET NUTRIENT RECYCLING
    • 17. FOOD WASTE • CT MARKET NUTRIENT RECYCLING
    • 18. FOOD ECONOMY • STREET FOOD FESTIVAL
    • 19. FOOD INDABA
    • 20. food@fastandremarkable.com

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