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The Future of Food and Agriculture After COVID: Disruptive Trends and Technology That Will Shape the Post-Pandemic World

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  • Categories:Agricultural Sciences
  • Language:English(Translation Services Available)
  • Publication date:August,2020
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  • Pages:180
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  • Text Color:Black and white
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Major disruptive changes are coming to the future of food and agriculture. Trends and technologies in place before the COVID-19 pandemic have been accelerated. Automation, robotics, and blockchain will be critical elements of a disruptive future for food and agriculture. But even more important disruptions will come from technologies pushing to meet the rising global demand for calories and protein. With the global population likely to increase by 2 around billion through 2050, the future of agriculture is fraught with challenges that we must rise to meet. In The Future of Food and Agriculture After COVID, the top-ranked economist and futurist Jason Schenker shares his visions for the future ahead.


Jason Schenker

is one of the leading financial market forecasters and futurists in the world. Bloomberg News has ranked Jason the #1 forecaster in the world in 25 categories, including for his forecasts of industrial metals prices, oil prices, the euro, the pound, the Russian ruble, the Chinese Yuan, and US jobs.

Jason speaks frequently, and he has given speeches for Accenture, Disney, Hitachi, the London Metals Exchange, the Singapore Exchange, and the Federal Reserve. Jason also attends OPEC meetings and Fed events. He he is frequently quoted in the press, including The Wall Street Journal, The Financial Times, and The New York Times. He writes occasional columns for Bloomberg Opinion, and he has written 30 books. Jason has also been a frequent guest on CNBC as well as a guest and guest host of Bloomberg Television.

Jason advises executives, industry groups, institutional investors, and central banks as the President of Prestige Economics, a firm that also produces forecasts for the material handling industry. He also founded The Futurist Institute to help analysts, economists, and strategists incorporate new and emerging technology risks into their forecasting and scenario planning by becoming Certified Futurists.

Jason is one of only 100 CEOs on the Texas Business Leadership Council, a non-partisan group that advises Texas elected leadership at the state and federal level. He also sits on multiple boards and is a Governance Fellow of the National Association of Corporate Directors. Jason holds Master's Degrees in Applied Economics, German Literature, and Negotiation. He is a Certified Futurist and Long-Term Analyst (FLTA).

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