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  1. 1. UpdatedFebruary 2011<br />Corporate Presentation<br />Classification: PUBLIC<br />
  2. 2. Safe harbor<br />This document contains forward-looking statements, which can be identified by terminology such as ‘expect’, ‘would’, ‘will’, ‘potential’, ‘plans’, ‘prospects’, ‘estimated’, ‘aiming’, ‘on track’ and similar expressions. Such statements may be subject to risks and uncertainties that could cause the actual results to differ materially from these statements. We refer you to Syngenta's publicly available filings with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission for information about these and other risks and uncertainties. Syngenta assumes no obligation to update forward-looking statements to reflect actual results, changed assumptions or other factors. This document does not constitute, or form part of, any offer or invitation to sell or issue, or any solicitation of any offer, to purchase or subscribe for any ordinary shares in Syngenta AG, or Syngenta ADSs, nor shall it form the basis of, or be relied on in connection with, any contract therefor.<br />Classification: PUBLIC<br />
  3. 3. Who we are and what we do<br />Syngenta is one of the world’s leading companies with more than 26,000 employees in over 90 countries dedicated to our purpose: Bringing plant potential to life.<br />Our Crop Protection and Seeds products help growers increase crop yields and productivity. We contribute to meeting the growing global demand for food, feed and fuel and are committed to protecting the environment, promoting health and improving the quality of life. <br />Classification: PUBLIC<br />
  4. 4. Global challenges<br />Classification: PUBLIC<br />
  5. 5. Demand is driven by population growth and land scarcity<br />Classification: PUBLIC<br />People fed per hectare <br />World population<br />2030 <br />>8 billion <br />2030>5 people<br />2005>4 people<br />20056.5 billion<br />19602 people<br />19502.5 billion<br />Source: FAO, World Bank statistics, Syngenta<br />
  6. 6. Growing more with less<br />Classification: PUBLIC<br />Basket: corn, soybean, wheat, rice1, %<br />250<br />Yield<br />200<br />Limited resources: land, water<br />Changes in climatic patterns<br />Environmental sustainability<br />Need for innovative and integrated technology solutions<br />Acreage<br />150<br />100<br />1960<br />2010<br />World population growth2, bn<br />1950<br />2030<br />2010<br />1990<br />1970<br />2050<br />1 Source: USDA, January 2010<br />2 Source: UN World Population Prospects: 2008 Revision, Medium variant<br />
  7. 7. Market Fundamentals – 2010/11<br />Crop price rebound in H2<br />Weather related supply concerns <br />Sustained Chinese imports<br />Yields back to trend after 2009 record levels<br />Feed: remains the main driver of demand uncertainty<br />Fundamental drivers remain: population, diet<br />Classification: PUBLIC<br />Stocks-to-use ratio*%<br />Crop price index**<br />Jan 2002 = 100<br />01/02<br />02/03<br />03/04<br />04/05<br />05/06<br />06/07<br />07/08<br />08/09<br />09/10<br />10/11E<br />*STU ratio for combined corn, soy, wheat and rice per USDA defined marketing season<br />**Equally weighted basket of corn (C1 Cmdty), soybeans (S 1 Cmdty), rice (RR1 COMB Cmdty), wheat (W 1 Cmdty). Prices in $/bu and $/cwt converted to $/ton. Prices: last update 13.01.11<br />Source: WASDE Jan 2011 for STU, Bloomberg for prices, Syngenta analysis<br />
  8. 8. Did you know that…?<br />By 2050, global population will rise by about a third to9 billionpeople<br />but<br />Global calorie demand will increase by<br />50%<br />Classification: PUBLIC<br />Source: FAO, World Bank statistics, Syngenta<br />
  9. 9. Agricultural production: emerging markets drive future growth<br />Classification: PUBLIC<br />Globalfield crop production*Billion tons, est.<br /><ul><li>BRIC**</li></ul>~75% ofglobal productiongrowth<br /><ul><li>Rest of World
  10. 10. Developedcountries**
  11. 11. Avg
  12. 12. 2007-2009
  13. 13. 2020</li></ul>* Includes: wheat, oilseeds, rice, coarse grains <br />** BRIC = Brazil, Russia, India, China; Developed = NAFTA, EU, Japan, Australia<br />Source: FAO-OECD 2010/19 Agricultural Outlook, Syngenta Analysis<br />
  14. 14. Challenges for global agriculture<br />Huge rise in demand<br />Limited farmland<br />Limited water supplies <br />Need to continue raising yields <br />Classification: PUBLIC<br />We must do more with less<br />Only sustainable approach is to unlock the potential of plants through innovation<br />
  15. 15. Our industry<br />Classification: PUBLIC<br />
  16. 16. Did you know that…?<br />Classification: PUBLIC<br />40% of the world’s food would not exist without crop protection products.<br />That is why the world can produce enough food to provide every person with more than 2700 calories<br />per day<br />
  17. 17. Market overview 2009<br />Classification: PUBLIC<br />Global market: ~ $72 bn<br />Conventional Seeds(~ $16 bn)<br />GM Seeds(~ $11 bn)<br />Crop Protection*<br /> (~ $40 bn)<br />Non-Crop Chemicals<br />(~ $5.7 bn)<br />*Includes Seed Treatment<br />Source: Syngenta Analysis, Philips McDougall<br />
  18. 18. Competitors in 2009<br />Classification: PUBLIC<br />Sources: Companies Annual/Quarterly reports, Phillips McDougall, Agreworld, Syngenta Analysis<br />
  19. 19. Who we are and what we do<br />Classification: PUBLIC<br />
  20. 20. We bring plant potential to life<br />Syngenta is one of the world’s leading companies with more than 26,000 employees in over 90 countries dedicated to our purpose: Bringing plant potential to life.<br />Our Crop Protection and Seeds products help growers increase crop yields and productivity. We contribute to meeting the growing global demand for food, feed and fuel and are committed to protecting the environment, promoting health and improving the quality of life. <br />Classification: PUBLIC<br />
  21. 21. Syngenta at a glance<br />A uniquely broad product portfolio<br />A leader in crop protection<br />Third in high-value commercial seeds<br />World-class science<br />$1 billion R&D investments in 2010<br />5,000 people in R&D around the world<br />Global reach and experience <br />Over 26,000 employees in more than 90 countries<br />Commitment to working with customers <br />Tailoring solutions to individual needs<br />Classification: PUBLIC<br />
  22. 22. Sustained outperformance<br />Classification: INTERNAL USE ONLY<br />Sales $bn<br />EPS* $ <br />Emerging market growth<br />Crop Protection market share gain<br />Doubling size of Seeds business<br />New products<br />Innovative marketing<br />Cost, capital efficiency<br />CAGR+26%<br />* Fully diluted basis, excluding restructuring & impairmentSource: Syngenta<br />
  23. 23. Did you know that…?<br />Syngentaproductsprotectthepotatoesforabout1,300,000tonnes of chips and crispseveryyear.<br />Classification: PUBLIC<br />
  24. 24. Did you know that…?<br />Classification: PUBLIC<br />1 in 6 tomatoes is grown using Syngenta seed<br />
  25. 25. Did you know that…?<br />16% of the global market of Sweetcorn, 50 million tonnes, <br />is from Syngenta seed<br />Classification: PUBLIC<br />
  26. 26. Did you know that…?<br />4 million tonnes of cotton <br />are grown using our crop <br />protection products<br />That’s the equivalent of 20 billion T-Shirts every year <br />Classification: PUBLIC<br />
  27. 27. Did you know that…?<br />Syngenta introduces 100 new ornamental varieties every year<br />Classification: PUBLIC<br />
  28. 28. Lawn & Garden*<br />Syngenta has three businesses<br />Classification: PUBLIC<br />Crop Protection<br />Seeds<br />Flowers<br />Growing Media**<br />Chemical Controls**<br />Turf & Ornamentals**<br />Selective herbicides<br />Non-selective herbicides<br />Fungicides<br />Insecticides<br />Seed care<br />Corn & Soybean<br />Diverse Field Crops<br />Vegetables<br />* Newlyestablished in 2008 - Financial reportingforproductlinesin 2008 underCropProtection and Seedsrespectively<br />** Reported as Professional ProductsunderCropProtection<br />
  29. 29. Major product brands<br />Classification: PUBLIC<br />Herbicides control weeds that compete with crops for light and nutrients<br />Fungicides prevent and cure fungal disease<br />Insecticides control pests which reduce yields by damaging crops<br />Seed Care products for protecting young plants against insects and disease<br />Seeds for corn, soybean, sugar beet, cereals, oil crops; vegetables and flowers <br />
  30. 30. Syngenta sales 2010: $ 11.6 bn<br />Classification: PUBLIC<br />Crop Protection<br />Seeds<br />$ 8.8 bn (77%)<br />$ 2.8 bn<br />(23%)<br />Crop Protection<br />Seeds<br />Corn & Soybean (58%)<br />Selective Herbicides (26%)<br />Diverse Field Crops (23%)<br />Non-selective Herbicides (11%)<br />Vegetables (10%)<br />Fungicides (30%)<br />Flowers (9%)<br />Insecticides (17%)<br />Professional Products (5%)<br />Other (2%)<br />Seed Care (9%)<br />
  31. 31. Syngenta sales by region 2010<br />Classification: PUBLIC<br />NAFTA<br />Sales2010: $ 3.6 bn<br />EAME<br />Sales2010: $ 3.7 bn<br />APAC<br />Sales2010: $ 1.8 bn<br />LATAM<br />Sales2010: $ 2.5bn<br />Total sales: $ 11.6 bn<br />Crop Protection<br />Seeds<br />
  32. 32. Where our people are located<br />Classification: PUBLIC<br />NAFTA<br />5,022<br />EAME<br />12,466<br />APAC<br />4,687<br />LATAM<br />4,004<br />TOTAL* = 26,179<br />* FTE at December 2010<br />
  33. 33. Syngenta businesses<br />Classification: PUBLIC<br />
  34. 34. Sales 2010: Crop Protection<br />Classification: PUBLIC<br />Others<br />$ 138m<br />Regional sales - Total $ 8.8 bn<br />Product line sales - Total $ 8.8 bn<br />Non-selective Herbicides<br />Europe, Africa <br />and Middle East<br />AsiaPacific<br />Fungicides<br />$ 987m<br />Selective Herbicides<br />$1 546m<br />$ 2 649m<br />$ 2 662m<br />$ 2 308m<br />$ 2 300m<br />Latin<br />America<br />$ 1 475m<br />$2 383m<br />$ 470m<br />$ 838m<br />Insecticides<br />Professional Products<br />NAFTA<br />Seed Care<br />
  35. 35. Portfolioexpansion<br />Tailoredbusiness models<br />New product growth, strong pipeline<br />Global crop strength, reach<br />Creating new markets<br />Costefficiency<br />Crop Protection: distinctive strategy to capture opportunities<br />Classification: PUBLIC<br />
  36. 36. 2010 sales: $69m +22%<br />Peak est: >$200m<br />2010 sales: $87m +137%<br />Peak est: >$400m<br />2010 sales: $27m +114%<br />Peak est: >$350m<br />2010 sales: $276m -2%<br />Peak est: >$350m<br />New products: technology enables global growth<br />Classification: PUBLIC<br />
  37. 37. Classification: PUBLIC<br />Plant Performance: building leadership<br />Takes yields to a new level vigor, greening, drought relief<br />PlantPerformance<br />Protects yield potential<br />full crop programs, solutions<br />Crop<br /> Enhancement<br />Crop <br /> Care<br />Reduces loss<br /> single product offers<br />Pest <br /> Control<br />Integration of technology, know-how & skills <br />
  38. 38. Sales 2010: Seeds<br />Classification: PUBLIC<br />Product line sales $ 2.8 bn<br />Regional sales $ 2.8 bn<br />Diverse<br />Field Crops <br />Asia Pacific <br />Europe, Africa <br />& Middle East <br />Vegetables<br />$ 249m<br />$524m<br />NAFTA <br />$663m<br />$1 047m<br />$ 1 234m<br />$ 1 281m<br />$ 337m<br />$275m<br />Flowers<br />Latin America <br />Corn & Soybean<br />
  39. 39. Seeds: strong portfolio, depth and breadth<br />Classification: PUBLIC<br />24%<br />Corn and Soybean<br /><ul><li>NAFTA: portfolio transformation
  40. 40. Europe: germplasm expansion
  41. 41. LATAM: trait, soybean growth
  42. 42. APAC: leading corn germplasm</li></ul>Leveraging technology platforms<br />Diverse Field Crops<br /><ul><li>Sunflower: world-leading breeding
  43. 43. Sugar beet: GM success in USA
  44. 44. Oilseed rape: high value hybrids
  45. 45. Cereals: wheat varieties, hybrid barley
  46. 46. Rice: expanding APAC potential</li></ul>Vegetables and Flowers<br /><ul><li>Marker-assisted breeding expertise
  47. 47. Acquisitions
  48. 48. Consumer driven innovation</li></li></ul><li>Technology platforms<br />Corn: transformportfolio<br />Soybean: US, LATAM<br />Vegetables: continueshare growth<br />Flowers: enhanceleadership<br />Captureemergingmarkets growth<br />High growthopportunities<br />Integrated offers<br />Seeds strategy<br />Classification: PUBLIC<br />
  49. 49. Classification: PUBLIC<br />Seeds: market growth, technology<br />Seeds and Traits market$bn<br />>$50<br />Demand for higher yield drives broader technology adoption<br />hybrids, GM, stacks<br />Increasing value<br />Growth across crops<br />>$35<br />Corn & Soybean<br />~$26<br />Field <br />Crops*<br />Vegetables,Flowers<br />2008<br />2020E<br />2015E<br />*Includes cereals and rice Source: Syngenta<br />
  50. 50. US corn: achieving milestones, building strength<br />Classification: PUBLIC<br />Proprietarytriple stack<br />Expandedmulti-stack options<br />Elite germplasm combinations<br />Strong distributor presence<br />LeadingSeed Care portfolio<br />
  51. 51. Corn portfolio and pipeline to meet all agronomic needs<br />Classification: PUBLIC<br />Insect pressure<br />Herculex® 1<br />Herculex® RW<br />Triple stack +LibertyLink®<br />Drought<br />Drought tolerance<br />Weeds<br />LibertyLink®, a trademark of Bayer CropScience; Herculex®, a trademark of Dow AgroSciences LLC<br />
  52. 52. Diverse Field Crops: broad-based growth, differentiated portfolio<br />2010 sales: $524m, +13%<br />Expansion across all regions<br />Sugar beet:<br />broad presence in key markets<br />GM technology<br />Sunflower:<br />Strong growth in emerging markets<br />herbicide tolerance, virus resistance, disease control<br />W Europe,AME+10%<br />NAFTA+11%<br />APAC+1%<br />E Europe+31%<br />LATAM+62%<br />EAMELATAMAPAC<br />EAMENAFTA<br />Sunflower<br />Sugar beet<br />Growth at constant exchange rates<br />
  53. 53. Vegetables, Fresh Produce product innovation<br />Classification: PUBLIC<br />Integrated global technology network<br />strength in 14 major crops<br />leading native traits, marker-assisted breeding<br />>140 new varieties per annum<br />Cross-regional sourcing<br />Piloting downstream programs<br />taste, nutrition, convenience<br />retail branding<br />
  54. 54. Vegetables: continuing outperformance<br />2010 market $4.3 billion: almost doubling by 2024*<br />Syngenta Vegetables Seeds growth above market (+10% in both 2010 and 2011) and pricing at par<br />High value crop focus: target #1 or #2 in key crops<br />Industry pricing under pressure in 2010 after important increases in previous years<br />Classification: PUBLIC<br />2010 sales: $663 million, +11%<br />APAC+18%<br />EAME<br />+7%<br />LATAM<br />+27%<br />NAFTA+13%<br />Growth at constant exchange rates<br />* Source: Syngenta estimates<br />
  55. 55. in sugarcane: anticipating customer needs<br />Germplasm, crop protection: integrated R&D<br />First integrated mechanized planting system<br />Launch 2011: $300m in orders to 2015<br />Long term contracts with sugar mills<br />Peak sales potential: >$500m<br />
  56. 56. : integrated rice program<br />Program components:<br /><ul><li>High quality seedlings
  57. 57. seed care
  58. 58. Mechanized transplanting
  59. 59. Agronomic protocol</li></li></ul><li>Market: $15bn<br />Chemicalcontrols<br />Fertilizer<br />Flowerseeds<br />Growing media<br />Lawn & Garden potential: professional focus<br />Largest markets: NAFTA, Europe<br />Classification: PUBLIC<br /><ul><li>2010 sales: $807m*
  60. 60. Focus on Professional: Ornamentals, Golf, Turf
  61. 61. Partnerships in Consumer
  62. 62. Flowers acquisitions enhance leadership</li></ul>* Flower Seeds and Professional Products<br />
  63. 63. World-class science<br />Classification: PUBLIC<br />
  64. 64. Did you know that…?<br />Some5000Syngentaemployeeswork in Research and Development<br />We spent around $1 billion in 2010 on R&D<br />Classification: PUBLIC<br />
  65. 65. GOA<br />Chemistry<br />JEALOTT’S HILL<br />Chemical Discovery<br />Weed Control<br />Formulation<br />Bioscience<br />Environmental Science<br />Major R&D sites located on three continents<br />BEIJING<br />Biotechnology<br />R&D<br />GREENSBORO<br />Formulation<br />Environmental Science<br />SBI<br />Biotechnology<br />R&D<br />Other sites<br /><ul><li>Marker-assisted and seed breeding capabilities
  66. 66. Global field station network</li></ul>Global R&D capabilities<br />Classification: PUBLIC<br />STEIN<br />Fungicides, Insecticides &<br />Professional Products<br />
  67. 67. Value creation<br />New business<br />Core business<br />growth <br />Technology leadership & efficiency<br /><ul><li>Advanced output traits
  68. 68. New plant sciences
  69. 69. Superior chemicals
  70. 70. Novel seed varieties
  71. 71. New crop solutions
  72. 72. Combined skills - most powerful R&T engine
  73. 73. Rich pipeline
  74. 74. Efficiency through capturing synergy</li></ul>Long term<br />Medium term<br />Short term<br />Research and Development: engine for profitable growth<br />Classification: PUBLIC<br />
  75. 75. Syngenta: a leader in research and development<br />$5.1bn investment from research based companies*<br />Crop Protection<br /><ul><li>Global molecules tailored to local markets</li></ul>Seeds<br /><ul><li>Technology platforms
  76. 76. Vegetables: targeting consumer appeal</li></ul>Business Development <br /><ul><li>Pioneering new technologies</li></ul>Syngenta<br />(19%) <br />Others<br />(8.5%) <br />Dow <br />(8%) <br />DuPont <br />(13%) <br />Bayer<br />(18.5%) <br />BASF <br />(13%) <br />Monsanto<br />(20%) <br />* Source: Phillips MacDougall; Company section July 2009 and Agrifutura n°116, June 2009 <br />Classification: PUBLIC<br />
  77. 77. Crop protection compounds: the long road to market<br />Classification: PUBLIC<br />1 - 2<br />30<br />5000 compounds<br />Support<br />100’000 compounds<br />Evaluate<br />Profile<br />Discover<br />Time<br />
  78. 78. Crop Protection pipeline: multi-crop potential<br />Peaksales<br />Lateresearch<br />Earlydevelopment<br />Late development<br />Targetlaunch<br />>$1.7bn<br />Sedaxane(SC fungicide)<br />2011 – 2014<br />Bicyclopyrone(herbicide)<br />Cyantraniliproleinsecticide<br />SYN 192fungicide<br />(stress tolerance)<br />Corn<br />Soybean<br />Cereals<br />Vegetables<br />Rice<br />Sugar cane<br />Others<br />Invinsa™, a trademark of AgroFresh Inc., a subsidiary of DAS<br />Specialty<br />
  79. 79. Crop Protection pipeline: multi-crop potential<br />Peaksales<br />Lateresearch<br />Earlydevelopment<br />Late development<br />Targetlaunch<br />>$0.5bn<br />post 2014<br />Fungicide<br />Insecticide<br />Herbicide<br />New cropenhancer<br />Corn<br />Soybean<br />Cereals<br />Vegetables<br />Rice<br />Sugar cane<br />Others<br />Invinsa™, a trademark of AgroFresh Inc., a subsidiary of DAS<br />Specialty<br />
  80. 80. Corn Seeds pipeline: peak sales potential >$2 billion<br />Earlydevelopment<br />Late development<br />Initiallaunches<br />Peak<br />sales<br />>$2.0bn<br />Launched 2010<br />2010<br />2010<br />2010<br />Biotic stress<br />2012<br />2014<br />next generation RW<br />Abiotic stress<br />post2015<br />Water opt., nitrogen use efficiency<br />Output traits<br />2011*<br />post2015<br />CarbYield™<br />* Approved in Japan, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Mexico, Philippines<br />
  81. 81. Soybean Seeds pipeline: peak sales potential >$700 million<br />Earlydevelopment<br />Late development<br />Initiallaunches<br />Peak<br />sales<br />>$700m<br />Herbicide tolerance<br />Launched<br />2010<br />2nd generation HT<br />HPPD solution<br />2016 / 17<br />Other input traits<br />Launched<br />2010*<br />2nd generationnematode resistance<br />Launched<br />2010*<br />Aphid management system<br />Rust solution<br />2012*<br />post2015<br />GM insect resistance<br />* Native traits<br />
  82. 82. Genomics<br />Combinatorialchemistry<br />Bioinformatics<br /><ul><li>Biotechnology: a new paradigm for CP invention
  83. 83. Practical routes to novel crop varieties
  84. 84. Fast-tracking to market</li></ul>Crop<br />transformation<br />High throughputscreening<br />Molecular toxicology and environmental science<br />Marker-assistedbreeding<br />Advancedformulation<br />Strength in genomics is key to building new markets<br />Unique combination of technology platforms<br />Classification: PUBLIC<br />Advancedformulation<br />
  85. 85. Corporate Responsibility<br />Classification: PUBLIC<br />
  86. 86. Our contribution: focused on the global challenges <br />Corporate Responsibility: inherent in what we do<br />Our contribution: <br />increasing yields and crop quality<br />improving resource efficiency in agriculture<br />growing rural communities<br />reducing our own footprint<br />investment in R&D for the future of agriculture<br />Classification: PUBLIC<br />
  87. 87. Grow more from less<br />Syngenta believes that farmers can produce enough to meet the world’s needs for food, fuel and fiber and safeguard the only planet we have for future generations – if we take a system-wide approach that links technology, land and people. These three elements build the foundation for a sustainable production system in which technology enables better solutions for farmers to increase productivity and profitability, to increase resource efficiency, and help reach food security.<br />Classification: PUBLIC<br />Technology<br />Better solutions<br />Resource efficiency<br />People<br />Land<br />Rural economies<br />
  88. 88. Better solutions<br />Choices on the farm<br />To ensure that farms meet their productivity potential, we need enabling and transparent regulations, to make safe technologies available to farmers.<br />Accelerating innovation<br />We need mechanisms to share innovation; protecting intellectual property helps stimulate research and development.<br />Sharing knowledge<br />Agriculture is based on knowledge supported by science; we need new partnerships to raise agronomy skills and share expertise.<br />Classification: PUBLIC<br />
  89. 89. Resource efficiency<br />Preserving the land<br />We need to increase productivity on existing farmland.<br />High stakes for water<br />40% of water used for agriculture is wasted; we need solutions that increase water efficiency.<br />Vitality of biodiversity<br />Biodiversity and agriculture depend on each other; we need to protect the diversity of nature to secure our food supply and quality of life.<br />Classification: PUBLIC<br />
  90. 90. Rural Communities<br />Building markets<br />Growing is not enough; farmers need supporting infrastructure and access to markets, finance and information.<br />Valuing farm work<br />Rural economies carry the weight of feeding the world; farming needs to be worthwhile and profitable.<br />Community development<br />We need agriculture to spur socio-economic development of rural communities.<br />Classification: PUBLIC<br />
  91. 91. Food security: better food systems using fewer resources<br />Classification: PUBLIC<br />Technology<br />Land <br />People<br />Sustainable production system<br />recognizes connections between technology, land and people<br />Limitation: availability of natural resources <br />Improved access and distribution through enabling policies<br />Food Security<br />
  92. 92. Sustainable agriculture<br />Classification: PUBLIC<br />Our commitment: contribute to sustainable agriculture in the production of healthy food and the conservation of biodiversity<br />Preservesbiodiversity<br />Ensures soilconservation<br />Avoidsdeforestation<br />Maintainswater quality<br />Protects health & safety of community<br />Suits localconditions and capacity<br />Protects economic viability of farming<br />
  93. 93. Sustainable agriculture: Higher yields reduce poverty<br />Our contribution to society and our business performance are mutually dependent<br />Our products meet the needs of a fast-growing population<br />Classification: PUBLIC<br />
  94. 94. Did you know that…?<br />Classification: PUBLIC<br />In 2010 Syngenta trained more than 4 million farmers in the safe use of crop protection products <br />
  95. 95. Reducing the agricultural carbon footprint<br />Classification: PUBLIC<br />Direct <br />Indirect <br />Within control Outside control<br />Syngenta operations<br />Purchased energy<br />Distribution<br />Supply<br />Farm level<br />Business travel<br />0<br />-6051<br />-157<br />-75<br />Use benefits<br />on the farm2<br />-240<br />-684<br />-301<br />-20<br />-299<br /><ul><li>Positive contribution to climate change
  96. 96. Reduce greenhouse gas emissions relative to EBIT by 40% by 2012
  97. 97. Minimum tillage, nitrogen efficiency
  98. 98. Biofuels: corn amylase, tropical sugar beet, key research partnerships</li></ul>1 CO2e – Carbon dioxide equivalents<br />2 mainly driven by increasing and protecting yield and enabling no tillage<br />
  99. 99. Recognizing our performance<br />Our responsible actions are widely recognized by stakeholders<br />Syngenta is included in FTSE4Good and Dow Jones Sustainability Indexes<br />84% of our employees are proud to work for Syngenta<br />Classification: PUBLIC<br />
  100. 100. Syngenta Foundation: coordinated focus and execution<br />Classification: PUBLIC<br />Income from agricultural activities<br />Number of land holdings<br />Syngenta focus<br />Large farm holder<br />Medium farm holder<br />Commercial smallholder<br />Subsistence smallholder<br />Foundation focus<br /> Landless workers<br />Segmentation for commercial smallholders <br />
  101. 101. Classification: PUBLIC<br />
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