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Sustainable Food Lab

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This is a modified slide deck for talks about my organization and our work to bring more sustainability to mainstream food systems. I've added more copy to these slides so they make sense to......

This is a modified slide deck for talks about my organization and our work to bring more sustainability to mainstream food systems. I've added more copy to these slides so they make sense to viewers here at slideshare. If your company or organization needs slides, video, or brand strategy, please contact me at chris@christopherlandry.com

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  • 1. The Sustainable Food Lab bringing more sustainability into mainstream food systems
  • 2. 2000: 6 billion people
  • 3. 2050: 9.2 billion people
  • 4. Nitrogenous fertilizer has allowed food production to keep pace with population growth.
  • 5. But....
  • 6. 825 million people are seriously underfed.
  • 7. 825 million people are seriously underfed. Every five seconds, a child dies of hunger. source: FAO
  • 8. 825 million people are seriously underfed. 1970 2002 Per capita food production has increased everywhere -- except in sub-Saharan Africa. source: FAO
  • 9. We produce inexpensive food for the rich and expensive food for the poor. photo: swiatek wojtkowiak
  • 10. We produce inexpensive food for the rich and expensive food for the poor. Food Consumption to Total Consumption Ethiopia 53% Mexico 34% France 15% US 14% source: FAO photo: swiatek wojtkowiak
  • 11. Falling commodity prices put stress on farms and farmers.
  • 12. Falling commodity prices put stress on farms and farmers. Global Fertilizer Use 2000 1950
  • 13. We’re losing large numbers of farms.
  • 14. We’re losing large numbers of farms. % change in number of farm enterprises, European Union, 1982-1993 0 UK NL Spain Italy Ireland Greece France Germany Denmark Finland Austria Belgium Luxemborg Sweden -5 -9 -10 -10 -10 -13 -15 -16 -18 -20 -22 -23 -25 -26 -30 -30 -37 source: FAO -40
  • 15. And critical amounts of soil.
  • 16. And critical amounts of soil. Land area the size of China and India combined has been severely degraded in the last 60 years.
  • 17. The journey from farm to fork is contributing to global warming.
  • 18. some questions
  • 19. How will we manage the commons?
  • 20. How do we balance food mile concerns with poverty goals? UK 9.3 Kenya 0.2 Per Capita Carbon Emissions (tons/year)
  • 21. How will we allocate cropland to meet our food, feed, fuel, and fiber needs?
  • 22. How do we keep market forces from squeezing out the small producers?
  • 23. How do we make public food service a driver of sustainability and health?
  • 24. How do we make public food service a driver of sustainability and health? every One of three American children born in 2000 is expected diabetes in to develop their lifetime. source: CDC
  • 25. Is there a place for family farms in a world of globalization?
  • 26. How do we tackle these questions?
  • 27. together
  • 28. vision
  • 29. Enough food toto feedthe world. Enough food feed the world.
  • 30. Fair returns for farmers and farm workers.
  • 31. Increasing soil fertility.
  • 32. Abundant, clean water.
  • 33. Preservation of biodiversity.
  • 34. Protection of fragile fisheries.
  • 35. Energy production, consumption, and emissions that the world can sustain forever.
  • 36. Profitable businesses.
  • 37. process
  • 38. Food Lab members are encouraged to go deep to look for new solutions. let go U Theory act with new and Senge understanding observe Scharmer Jaworski Flowers retreat and reflect: allow inner knowing to emerge
  • 39. The U theory posits a new understanding of the world that no longer fragments the wisdom of the head, heart, and hand. Senge, Scharmer, Jaworski, Flowers, Presence
  • 40. Try to love the questions themselves.... Rilke
  • 41. a few initiatives
  • 42. Green Mountain Coffee and the International Center for Tropical Agriculture (CIAT) are measuring the impact of procurement specifications on poverty.
  • 43. Rome officials are sharing food purchasing guidelines with US schools.
  • 44. SYSCO and the IPM Institute have developed new standards for suppliers that are reducing the use of chemicals and natural resources.
  • 45. Standards and labeling of fish from Lake Victoria will improve lives in fishing villages around the lake.
  • 46. A Biofuels Team is developing standards for use by policy makers and investors.
  • 47. A coalition of large cities has agreed to work together on strategies for sustainability.
  • 48. The goal: find ways of working together so we can....
  • 49. turn small change....
  • 50. ....into big change.
  • 51. now blogging! www.sustainablefood.org