Let us save what we eat – Future of Food at SDG Media Zone

Brad Wilsonby:

Lifestyle

As the population is growing insanely, it is predicted that by 2050, the World Population will be more than 9.7 Billion. That’s plenty of mouths we need to feed, especially when hunger is one of the major issues the world is facing these days. The good news is that we have already produced enough food for that many people. But the only concern is how can we distribute it along with keeping it fresh.

As the day rises, the number is increasing: more than one-quarter of the world’s total population is suffering from malnutrition. In addition, approximately 1 billion are persistently hungry. If we couldn’t feed every single person today, how can we feed more than 9.7 billion people by 2050?

The obvious solution to this would be producing more food. Recent research conducted by Bioscience suggests that global food production will need to grow from 25-75% by 2050.

In the recent event organized by the SDG Media Zone, there was a thorough discussion on how can we save the future of food.

In the discussion panel, Antoine Hubert Chief Executive Officer and Chairman, Ynsect, Jeremy Wilks Space, Science and Technology Correspondent, Euronews, and Dianne Dain Global Partnerships, UN Technology Innovation Labs were present. Each one of the members on the panel shared their point of view on “how they and their companies are working to keep up feeding every single individual in the world.” Let us understand in brief each of them has to say about the future of food.

Here’s what Antoine Hubert, the CEO of Ynsect, has to say about how his company is working to produce enough healthy and nutritious food that can easily feed a large number of population. Ynsect farms insects to make a high-quality natural ingredient for pet nutrition and aquaculture. In order to keep up with the growing global demand for premium proteins, their company has produced various products such as ŸnMeal, ŸnOil, and ŸnFrass fertilizer.

Simultaneously, Jeremy Wilks is the space, science and technology correspondent at Euronews NBC. He is famous for making Euronews’ flagship Space series and overlooked the healthcare magazine show Smart Care. Jeremy is a cultivated middle person at overall gatherings, for instance, ITU Telecom World, AI Summit, VivaTech, WebSummit, the Global Energy Prize, and events encouraged by relationship, for example, the European Commission, Google, and AbbVie.

Over the earlier decade at Euronews, Jeremy has worked more than 30 countries and conversed with many driving analysts, researchers and pioneers. Jeremy reveres investigating various roads in regards to new modernized associations, for instance, Facebook Live and Instagram Stories. He acknowledges internet organizing has a lot of potentials to convey complex thoughts and conditions to buyers in viably legitimate yet not impeded setups. Since 2015 Jeremy has been a partner instructor in news inclusion at France’s grand ISCPA news inclusion school.

Dianne Dain Global Partnerships, UN Technology Innovation Labs. UNTIL incorporates the latest technologies such as IoT, AR, VR to make the modern and most recent tools for farming and agricultural sectors, the main goal of the company is to produce enough food for the global citizen by with the help of modern technology.

On the contrary to this, the United Nation’s global event SDG Media Zone held at Portugal targets many global crises and the future of food is one of them. Along with this, SDG Media Zone continuously covers and renders a platform to cope up with global issues like racism, inequality, the role of the latest technology in business, the future of fitness and many more.

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