Sustainable Agriculture and Food Security: Climate proofing agricultural systems for better food security
Partner session: OCI
The need is clear: to ensure food security for the growing population, a sustainable food system is required. The question is how to scale it? This session will explore some practical solutions addressing the more critical needs and discuss what it takes to scale. Topics will include:
- Framing what it takes to reduce agriculture emissions, and examples from nitrogen fertilizers, such as decarbonization roadmaps for scope 1, 2 and 3 emissions and approaches to more sustainable intensification
- Discussing new measurement & implementation mechanisms required, such as technology and knowledge transfer, investments and public-private partnerships.
- Real-world example, with insights and learnings discussion: Flagship Egyptian project with decarbonization roadmap for fertilizer production: 100 MW electrolyzer to produce green fertilizers by OCI/Fertiglobe.
- Exploring options to repurpose policy solutions, such as European CAP, to drive adoption of sustainable practice
- Exploring what it takes to make it happen at the farm level, featuring a farmer’s perspective on the incentives that help them to implement a different set of sustainable farming practices
VP Sustainability, OCI NV
Prof. Dr. Martin R. Stuchtey
Managing Director, Systemiq and Landbanking Group
CEO, International Fertilizer Association
Senior Vice President, Fresh Water and Food, World Wildlife Foundation