TUNE in for the latest ag innovation and knowledge from today’s Rabobank Farm2Fork Summit in Sydney – covering the latest developments impacting the agribusiness space, major trends across key commodities and insights from industry experts on sustainability, waste and technology.
The program will include chats with RaboResearch team members about the latest insights and outlooks for the key commodities in the morning, followed by one-on-one sessions with selected keynote speakers, including Prof David Lindenmayer on achieving sustainable farms and Prof Toby Walsh on the realistic capabilities of robotics and artificial intelligence in the agri space and many more.
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8.30 am (all Sydney time)
Tim Hunt talks with Rabo’s research team of analysts on the latest insights and outlook for each of our key commodities: agriculture, grains & oilseeds, animal proteins & sustainability, dairy, cotton, and horticulture & wine.
Dr. Stefan Hajkowicz – Senior Principal Scientist, Strategy and Foresight CSIRO talks about the patterns of global change that are going to affect us the most over the next 20 years.
Krista Watkins – MD of Natural Evolution and National Rural Woman of the Year 2018 talks about using new technology that can change waste into a commodity.
Professor David Lindenmayer, OA – Research Professor at The Australian National University talks about improving our environmental accounting and production methods, and how to invest in these to produce change.
Nick Fereday – RaboResearch Analyst, New York talks about the major changes rocking the international food industry and the big surprises in a flexitarian future.
Professor Toby Walsh – Artificial Intelligence / Robotics Professor, UNSW talks about using artificial intelligence’s ability to change our strategic decision making.
Professor Veena Sahajwalla – [email protected] UNSW talks about using alternative recycled sources for new materials and combining technology and manufacturing.
Lisa Martin – General Manager for Sustainability, Sanford talks about the key transformations and adjustments to strategic direction in relation to sustainability and climate change for New Zealand’s largest seafood business.