We develop frameworks to better understand complex processes. These frameworks allow us to identify key drivers and individual components of processes relating to food systems. We use frameworks to enable us to identify optimal solutions for difficult challenges in agri-food systems.
Increased demand for food, plateauing productivity and changing patterns of competition and consumption are just some of the reasons that we need innovation in agriculture. By innovation, we mean introducing something new, for example a new technology. In partnership with the Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research (CGIAR) Independent Science and Partnership Council (ISPC), we […]
International agricultural research organisations recognise that partnership is key to their impact ambitions and contribution to the Sustainable Development Goals. The Sustainable Development Goals are a set of 17 “Global Goals” to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity. It is less clear, however, what types of partnership strategies and practices research organisations should adopt, how they […]
The Sustainable Development Goals present a vision for a world in which individuals, businesses and nations can all prosper and look forward to a sustainable and equitable future. Many companies are recognising the opportunities of this global shift, because of the close correlation between social impact, environmental protection and business growth. These opportunities may take […]