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 FoSTr team held an engaging workshop for food systems stakeholders in Jordan
Foresight4Food FoSTr team organized a three-day workshop for a diverse range of food systems stakeholders in Jordan. The participants of the workshop ranged from the private sector...
Third Global Foresight4Food Workshop Report
Foresight4Food network gathered in Montpellier for the Third Global Foresight4Food Workshop to discuss the topic of foresight for food systems transformation. The report details and captures a glimpse of the wealth of contributions and insights with a rich pallet of exchanges was on offer throughout the three days.
Engaging foresight orientation and food system transformation stocktaking workshop in Bangladesh
May 2023 – Foresight4Food under its Foresight for Food Systems Transformation (FoSTr) programme, held and engaging and participatory foresight orientation...

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Foresight community energized amid food system turbulence
Some interesting reflections on the Third Global Foresight4Food Workshop in Montpellier 2023. Amid the turbulence created by strikes in France, a diverse and committed group of people still managed to get to and from the Third Global Foresight4Food Workshop in Montpellier from 7-9 March.
Why, What, and How: A Framework for Transforming Food Systems
How can we understand the multiple dimensions of transforming food systems? What does food system transformation actually mean? A framework for thinking about food systems transformation based on WHY change is needed, WHAT needs to change, and HOW change can be brought about.
Four Betters or for Worse?
FAO published the ‘The Future of Food and Agriculture – Drivers and triggers for transformation’ report. The key triggers and drivers for transformation are identified based on a diverse and wide range of literature and expert knowledge and then applied to four scenarios to achieve the FAO goal of ‘Four Betters’: better production, better nutrition, better environment and better life.

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