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2018 Global Agricultural Productivity Report (GAP Report)

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Global consumer trends are transforming the food system...what does this mean for agricultural productivity, sustainability and food and nutrition security? Find out in the 2018 GAP Report! www.globalagriculturalproductivity.org

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2018 Global Agricultural Productivity Report (GAP Report)

  1. 1. THE GLOBAL AGRICULTURAL IMPERATIVE FOR A HEALTHY SUSTAINABLE WORLD CONSUMERS PRODUCERSENVIRONMENT
  2. 2. CONSUMER TRENDS AROUND THE WORLD
  3. 3. MILLENNIALS AND WOMEN DRIVING CHANGE
  4. 4. PEOPLE WHAT DOES THIS MEAN FOR OUR FOOD SYSTEM? RETAILERS PROCESSORS &PACKAGERS AGGREGATORS &TRADERS FARMERS RANCHERS FORESTERS FISHERS FINANCIAL SERVICES& RISK MANAGEMENT SERVICE PROVIDERS
  5. 5. ENABLING POLICY ENVIRONMENT
  6. 6. POLICIES FOR PRODUCTIVE SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE
  7. 7. SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE… SATISFIES HUMAN NEEDS ENHANCES ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY SUSTAINS THE ECONOMIC VITALITY OF AGRICULTURE IMPROVES THE LIVES OF PRODUCERS & SOCIETY AS A WHOLE
  8. 8. PRODUCTIVITY IS DIFFERENT FROM… OUTPUT GROSS AMOUNT OF CROPS OR LIVESTOCK PRODUCED YIELD AMOUT OF OUTPUT PER UNIT OF PRODUCTION
  9. 9. TOTAL FACTOR PRODUCTIVITY (TFP) MEASURES CHANGES IN THE EFFICIENCY INTO OUTPUTS ARE TRANSFORMED WITH WHICH INPUTS
  10. 10. HOW DOES PRODUCTIVITY GROW? PRODUCTIVITY IS IN THE GENES PRODUCTIVITY FROM SEED TO FEED HEALTHY PRODUCTIVE PIGS
  11. 11. STRATEGIES FOR MEETING GLOBAL DEMAND LAND EXPANSION LAND EXPANSION EXTEND IRRIGATION INPUT INTENSIFICATION TOTAL FACTOR PRODUCTIVITY
  12. 12. Sources of Growth in Agricultural Output GLOBAL
  13. 13. Sources of Growth in Agricultural Output HIGH-INCOME
  14. 14. Sources of Growth in Agricultural Output LOW-INCOME
  15. 15. TRACKING PRODUCTIVITY: THE GAP INDEX™
  16. 16. Productivity for Nutrition
  17. 17. FOOD WASTED = NUTRIENTS LOST
  18. 18. FOOD WASTED = PRODUCTIVITY LOST AGRICULTURAL INPUTS AND RESOURCES USED TO PRODUCE WASTED FOOD (U.S.) Cropland 30 million acres Irrigation Water 4.2 trillion gallons Pesticide 780 million pounds Fertilizer (Nitrogen, Phosphorus, Potash) 5.6 billion pounds
  19. 19. TRANSFORMING FOOD AND AGRICULTURE CONSUMERS PRODUCERS ENVIRONMENT
  20. 20. HARVESTING ZINC FOR HEALTHY SOILS, CROPS & PEOPLE The Mosaic Company HarvestPlus Addressing zinc deficiency, a form of “hidden hunger” Promoting agronomic biofortification & soil fertilization of staple grains Doubled zinc levels in harvested grain
  21. 21. A NEED FOR SEEDS AND SEED SYSTEMS Corteva Agriscience™ ICRISAT Improving micronutrient content of sorghum and millet Strengthening research capacity through partnership Tailoring seed systems for small producers
  22. 22. MECHANIZATION IS A PATH TO PRODUCTIVITY John Deere Tata Group Alluvial Expanding affordable mechanization services for small producers in Nigeria Creating access to commercial markets 100,000 farmers will benefit
  23. 23. LEADING THE WAY IN ANIMAL WELFARE Smithfield Foods Responding to consumer interest in animal welfare Breeding for animal health, as well as taste and productivity Creating a more innovative, transparent animal agriculture system
  24. 24. INNOVATIONS BENEFIT LATIN AMERICAN FARMERS & THE PLANET Monsanto Company (Bayer AG) Developing pest resistant varieties that:  Dramatically decrease insecticide use  Support no-till systems  Ease land-expansion pressure  Reduce CO2 emissions
  25. 25. MOOVE OVER COWS; GOATS GOT MY DAIRY! IICA A MODEL FOR HEALTHY AG SYSTEMS THE NATURE CONSERVANCY
  26. 26. THRIVING IN A CHANGING CLIMATE ACDI/VOCA GIVING YOUNG CONSUMERS A VOICE GAIN

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