The world’s population is growing, and natural resources are diminishing. This problem is well documented, but to avoid a major catastrophe the world has to find a way to produce 56% more food by 2050.
The answer lies in innovation.
Innovation in agriculture gives us a real chance of feeding nine billion people using less resource and with no environmental damage. It has the potential to offer solutions to combat global warming, provide technologies that can improve nutrition and social prosperity in developing countries, be an unlimited source of clean energy, and help us look after our more precious resource: water.
That is why the Global Forum for Innovations in Agriculture (GFIA) 2015 will host 6,000 of the world’s brightest minds to show the world how game-changing technologies can feed the world’s rapidly growing population.
Winner of ‘Best Meeting & Conference’ at the 2014 Middle East Event Awards, GFIA is the only major international exhibition and conference in the world focussed on how technology is employed to produce more food using less resources.
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