The Regenerative Food Systems Investment (RFSI) Forum brings together investors and critical stakeholders to increase capital investment in this space. Our goal is to facilitate education about investment in regenerative agriculture and food, as well as build relationships and networks that will further the development of this investment opportunity and lead to increased deal activity.
In its 11th edition, the Ag Innovation Showcase comes to Minneapolis, MN, which hosts one of the largest foods and agricultural economies in the US. We will further explore and focus on food, health and renewable energy and underscore Minnesota’s commitment to the extraordinary developments in “healthy living through food.”
We will continue to create a platform for cutting-edge technology innovations in the agriculture space and the innovations will span the entire link of the agriculture supply chain.
“These are exciting times, these are challenging times, but the breakthroughs are incredible,” says Erik Andrejko, VP of Science at Climate Corp. When it comes to finding ways to feed our ever-increasing population while combating the effects of climate change, Andrejko sees some clear parameters: “It’s going to be about integrated solutions—integrating information from different sources from different pieces of equipment.
As the world population continues to climb, so does the demand for food. With a finite amount of arable land, keeping up on the supply side is a major challenge for farmers located in certain regions of the world.
Climate change will affect just about everything, including your stomach.
New research from UC Davis shows how increased levels of carbon dioxide are harming the quality of crops, putting us at risk of eating less-nutritious food.