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The Good Growth Plan & Open Data Innovation

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Presented by Elizabeth Richer - Head of GGP Customer Marketing

2016 Thought for Food Summit
Zurich, Switzerland
April 2016

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The Good Growth Plan & Open Data Innovation

  1. 1. Zurich, 1st of April 2016 The Good Growth Plan & Open Data Innovation Elisabeth Fischer – Head of GGP Customer Marketing
  2. 2. 2 Since the 90s, the world’s farmers are growing more from less. Source: USDA, Economic Research Service, derived from Food and Agriculture Organizational the United Nations and other agricultural data using methods described in Fuglie et al. (2012).
  3. 3. 3 More health Less poverty More biodiversity Less degradation More food Less waste The Good Growth Plan shows Syngenta’s contribution to global food security. Make crops more efficient Increase average productivity of the world’s major crops by 20% without using more land, water or inputs Rescue more farmland Improve the fertility of 10 million hectares of farmland on the brink of degradation Look after every worker Strive for fair labor conditions throughout our entire supply chain network Empower smallholders Reach 20 million smallholders and enable them to increase productivity by 50% Help biodiversity flourish Enhance biodiversity on 5 million hectares of farmland Help people stay safe Train 20 million farm workers on labor safety, especially in developing countries By 2020,
  4. 4. 4 Progress made since launch 13.8 million smallholders 4.7 million people 53% of seed supply chain Baseline established 700,000 hectares 800,000 hectares 2014 results 2015 result2020 targets 20 million smallholders reached 20 million people trained on labor safety 100% of seed supply chain in Fair Labor program 20% productivity increase 5 million hectares* of farmland impacted through biodiversity measures 10 million hectares* of farmland impacted through soil conservation practices 17.2 million smallholders 10.4 million people 84% of seed supply chain 1.9% productivity increase 1.6 million hectares 2.4 million hectares
  5. 5. 5 Syngenta released GGP progress data as open data on www.data.syngenta.com.  Data downloadable as *.csv files  Use of Creative Commons licenses  Certified by the Open Data Institute  Provision of ontology-based metadata  Other background information
  6. 6. 6 Open data innovation to for sustainable food systems Share Describe Sustainable innovation Data eco- system Reuse Value Culture Technology
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