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2014 Global Agricultural Productivity Report - Release Slideshow

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The 2014 GAP Report® uncovers both challenging and promising trends that impact global food security. Our findings indicate that productivity in agriculture is not accelerating fast enough to meet the expected agricultural demand by 2050 through sustainable practices. This serves as a call to action to invest in proven strategies that boost productivity and conserve the natural resource base.

The report also highlights the rise of promising new global revolutions in agriculture and provides a spotlight on the special case of India. Some 50 years after the Green Revolution began, India has made tremendous progress, becoming self-sufficient in food grains and initiating the “White Revolution” in dairy production. New revolutions in horticulture, aquaculture, poultry and dairy production, data and innovation, extension, and especially in gender and women’s rights, are beginning to bear fruit. The 2014 GAP Report® traces the path of India’s agricultural successes, highlights new agricultural challenges the nation faces and discusses the policies and investments needed to continue and expand the story of success.

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2014 Global Agricultural Productivity Report - Release Slideshow

  1. 1. #GAPReport @Harvest2050
  2. 2. Global Revolutions in Agriculture: The Challenge and Promise of 2050
  3. 3. GAP Reports 2010–2013
  4. 4. The Global Agricultural Imperative Global agricultural output will have to double in order to meet the expected demand for food, feed, fiber and fuel of 2050.
  5. 5. The Global Agricultural Imperative ~ Rising Demand Global agricultural output will have to double in order to meet the expected demand for food, feed, fiber and fuel of 2050.
  6. 6. The Global Agricultural Imperative ~ Changing Diets
  7. 7. The Global Agricultural Imperative ~ Pressure on Resources
  8. 8. The Global Agricultural Imperative ~ Managing Climate Risk
  9. 9. The Global Nutrition Imperative ~ Poor Nutrition Impacts Human Health
  10. 10. Towards Solutions ~ Innovation, Technologies, Practices
  11. 11. The Global Agricultural Imperative CONSERVE ADAPT IMPROVE
  12. 12. India at a Crossroads ~ A Rising Middle Class
  13. 13. India’s Per Capita Daily Consumption of Milk Keeps Growing
  14. 14. India’s Poultry Revolution Picks Up Pace
  15. 15. India’s Agriculture Sector: Productivity Challenges
  16. 16. Food & Nutrition Security ~ A Comprehensive Strategy • Productivity • Reducing Loss and Waste Along the AG Value Chain • Ensuring Access to Sufficient, Nutritious, Affordable Food • Prioritizing Productive Safety Net Programs for Vulnerable Populations
  17. 17. Producing More Efficiently
  18. 18. Producing More….. • Land Expansion • Extending Irrigation • Intensification, Inputs/Land • Total Factor Productivity
  19. 19. Total Factor Productivity
  20. 20. Trends in Low-Income Countries
  21. 21. Trends in High-Income Countries
  22. 22. How Will We Feed the Future? The GAP Index™
  23. 23. How Will We Feed the Future? The GAP Index™
  24. 24. Regional Food Demand and Productivity Gaps
  25. 25. Regional Food Demand and Productivity Gaps
  26. 26. Closing the Gap: Latin America’s Potential
  27. 27. Measuring Agricultural Productivity In India
  28. 28. Policies that Promote Sustainable Food & Agricultural Systems
  29. 29. Policies that Promote Sustainable Food & Agricultural Systems
  30. 30. India’s Agricultural Value Chain
  31. 31. India’s Agricultural Value Chain
  32. 32. Revolutions in Agriculture That… Tailor Technologies for All Farmers
  33. 33. Revolutions in Agriculture That… Revitalize the White Revolution and Extend the Blue Revolution
  34. 34. Revolutions in Agriculture That… Boost Nutrition
  35. 35. Revolutions in Agriculture That… Use Water Efficiently
  36. 36. Revolutions in Agriculture That… Reduce Loss, Waste & Manage Risk
  37. 37. Revolutions in Agriculture That… Expand the Status, Opportunities and Incomes of Women
  38. 38. 2014 GAP® Report Panel • Dr. Keith Fuglie, Economic Research Service, USDA • Dr. Thomas J. Herlehy, Land O’Lakes International Development Division • Dr. Dilip N. Kulkarni, Jain Irrigation Systems • Mr. Jesus Madrazo, Monsanto & GHI Board Chair • Moderator ~ Dr. Margaret M. Zeigler, GHI

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