Using foresight and scenario analysis for food systems change

Exploring the future for better decisions today

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Foresight4Food provides a mechanism for better analysis and synthesis of key trends and possible futures in global food systems to support more informed and strategic dialogue between the private sector, government, science and civil society.

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Foresight4Food to hold a side event at Committee on World Food Security (CFS) 10 – 13 October
Foresight4food will host a session on “Foresight and Future Scenarios for Food Systems Transformation – Building Resilience and Fostering Adaptation...
IFAD and Oxford University sign contract for three-year food systems foresight programme
On June 17, Oxford University and IFAD signed a contract for a three-year food systems foresight programme, supporting participatory foresight...
A shared agenda for strengthening foresight for food systems in Africa
In the first week of July 2022, the Foresight4Food Initiative hosted five foresight and scenario experts from the Forum for...

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The Importance of Foresight For Food Systems Change
A dramatic and rapid transformation of food systems is necessary to end poverty and hunger, protect the environment, improve rural livelihoods, and ensure resilience to future shocks. This transformation must include structural changes in how our political, economic, social and technological systems function. Such transformative change requires a...
Scenarios for a Climate-resilient Ghana in 2040 - Insights into the Foresight4Food Approach
By Just Dengerink Foresight training for Africa Foresight Academy by Foresight4Food researchers and Wageningen University & Research (WUR) The Foresight4Food...
Building capability in food system analysis and interventions in Uganda
by Dr John Ingram An update on a two-part IFSTAL training course held at Makerere University Bring together 26 individuals...

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