An estimated 25% of global greenhouse gas emissions are directly linked to the food system, and major firms and national governments are pressing hard to show progress on reductions.
That’s why the first episode in CityAge's 2023 Food's Future series will look at how data can substantiate sustainability claims.
With increasing demands for transparency and accountability, businesses and consumers alike need reliable methods to verify the environmental impact of food production.
Our expert speakers will discuss how harnessing data can provide accurate insights, enable informed decision-making and foster confidence in sustainability efforts. Join us as we explore the cutting-edge technologies and strategies that drive data-driven sustainability in the food industry.
Anchor Welcome & Introduction
Presentation: David McInnes, Principal, DMci Strategies
Presentation: Chris Bunio, Co-Founder and CEO, TheoryMesh
Panel 1: How Traceable is our Food?
The capacity to trace food from source has been promised for some time - and is now arriving. Where does the industry stand, and what’s most exciting?
Panel 2: The Verifiability of Carbon Markets
Carbon offset and markets are a vital tool in action on climate change, and their verifiability is critical to their success. What’s the state of verifiability in agriculture, and where is it going?