Sustainable agribusiness

Publication | October 2018
Sustainable agribusiness

With the world’s population projected to reach 9.5 billion by 2050, and climate change continuing to exert pressure on our food production capability, the challenges of feeding the world will become ever more pressing with each passing year.

The key to solving this challenge lies in better utilization of science and technology, and crucially, better implementation of sustainability principles in agriculture.

A quantum shift in the way we produce, finance and distribute food is underway.

We have created an in-depth Sustainable Agriculture Hub as part of our Norton Rose Fulbright Institute to help our clients navigate and understand what sustainability in agriculture means for their business. To access the hub you will need to sign up here. Once registered, you will find the Sustainable Agribusiness Hub under the “knowledge hubs” drop down menu.

The site includes

  • Sustainable agriculture and its impact on other industries
  • Latest issue of Cultivate focusing on food and beverages
  • A focus on Africa, Canada and Australia's agribusiness

For food and agribusiness advice please speak to your usual Norton Rose Fulbright contact or one of the following core team members

Kathy L. Krug Saskia Blokland Hazel Brasington
Joseph Williams Craig Loveless Martin McCann

Contacts

Kathy L. Krug

Kathy L. Krug

Calgary
Saskia Blokland

Saskia Blokland

Amsterdam
Joseph Williams

Joseph Williams

Washington, DC
Craig Loveless

Craig Loveless

Singapore
Martin McCann

Martin McCann

London