In The State of Future 2015-16 report the Millennium Project has provided a framework to assess our prospects, both locally and globally on the 15 Global Challenges.
Category: Food Security
Ron Shigeta is the Chief Science Officer at IndieBio, a seed stage Biotechnology Accelerator in San Francisco.
According to the World Food Program, some 795 million people – one in nine people on earth – don’t have enough food to lead a healthy active life.
It may be more sensible to judge a plant by its specific traits rather than the way it was produced – GMO or not.
Farmers of the future will utilize drones, robots and GPS.
Modern Meadow believes that increasing livestock herds is not the answer. There is a better way and our London hamburger taste test of last year is showing us the way. Growing meat from stem cells cultures at an industrial scale is the answer.
No part of our highly technological economy today is free of being rethought by applying automation in the form of robots.
Where are technologies heading in the next 30 years ? How will they affect our lifestyle and human society ?
While these technologies have been utilized for decades on a stand-alone basis, we will be the first to integrate them together so that the byproducts of each process become key inputs for the next. The total system is able to provide entire communities with ultra-clean burning ethanol cooking fuel, renewable electricity for area clinics, schools, shops/businesses and homes, high-protein animal feed, organic fertilizer, algae-derived biodiesel, clean drinking water, and managerial, skilled & unskilled employment opportunities.