Feeding the world sustainably

Recurso electrónico / Electronic resource
Colección: Documentos electrónicos
Título: Feeding the world sustainably
Publicación: New York : McKinsey & Company, 2020Descripción física: 13 p.Notas: Sumario: A burst of technology in the 1960sthe Green Revolutionraised agricultural output significantly across developing economies. Since then, rising incomes have boosted protein consumption worldwide, and elevated new challenges: greenhouse-gas emissions from agriculture are increasing (more than a fifth of all emissions worldwide), while a host of practices, from waste to overfishing, threaten the sustainability of food supplies. The COVID-19 pandemic has brought these concerns to the fore: the disease has disrupted supply chains and demand, perversely increasing the amount of food waste in farms and fields while threatening food security for many.Sumario: Agriculture takes center stage in the drive to reduce emissions / Daniel Aminetzah, Joshua Katz, Peter Mannion -- Using artificial intelligence in the fight against food waste / Anna Granskog, Eric Hannon, Chirag Pandya -- Making fisheries sustainableand profitablewith advanced analytics / Julien Claes, Elin Sandnes, Antoine Stevens -- The quest for sustainable proteins / Jordan Bar Am, Zafer Dallal Bashi, Liane OngMateria / lugar / evento: COVID-19 Coronavirus Pandemias Agricultura Gases contaminantes Producción agraria Efecto invernadero Sostenibilidad Inteligencia artificial Otros autores: Sternfels, Bob
Wilson, Matt
McKinsey & Company
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