Food's Future

better agriculture to
feed 10 billion people

november 9, 2021
11:30am - 1:00pm ET
digital event

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How Agriculture is
Meeting Consumer Demands

Farmers have always been on the frontline of feeding an ever-growing population. Now they are more than ever. As we face a climate emergency, and a future population of 10 billion people, they need to feed the world  in a way that increases yields and protects the planet's ecosystems.

It’s an unprecedented challenge, but innovations in technology will  provide the solutions. New tools to better assess crops, AI to assist in production and logistics, and machine engineering to get more out of the land in a sustainable way, make the  future of food  brighter than ever.

Higher quality, healthier meals are on the horizon for consumers. Farmers will have the tools to grow better and have more influence in the global supply chain. Innovators are going to see new markets from field to table, that will transform how we look at feeding everyone on a crowded planet.

Join CityAge on November 9th as we explore food’s future —  and bring together the leaders whose actions touch everyone.


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Sponsors & Partners:

Themes for diScussion include:

Sam Liccardo

Mayor of San Jose, CA 

Libby Schaaf

Mayor of Oakland, CA

Emma Stewart

Head of High Tech, Engie Impact

Mary Papazian

President, San Jose
State University

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agenda

9:15 - Welcome & participant introductions by CityAge

9:17 - Intro and Preview of the CityCube, by IBI President David Thom


9:25 - CityAge introduces Rick Cole as moderator of session


9:26 - Rick’s opening comments

9:30 - 9:50: Three comments on the question: What’s the status and future of Silicon Valley’s infrastructure and urban design?

9:48 - 10:40: Round robin, led by Rick Cole

10:40 - 10:45: Closing thoughts & thank you, by Rick Cole
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