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Agriculture and food
FoodICT

Agriculture and food

Pathways and challenges to digitise agrifood

Achieving a food transformation by 2050 is not easy. The “Digitising Agrifood” report looks at the many ways in which digital technologies such as wireless connectivity, the Internet of Things, Artificial Intelligence and blockchain can come to the rescue.

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Source: Barilla Center for Food & Nutrition
2020 World Youth Report
Youth

2020 World Youth Report

Agenda 2030 & youth social entrepreneurship

Social entrepreneurship merits increased attention as a financially efficient model to address key sustainable development challenges. The 2020 World Youth Report explores how new technologies can support youth social entrepreneurship to advance sustainable development.

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Source: UN Major Group for Children and Youth
Clean shipping
EnergyOceans

Clean shipping

Developing fuel cells for ships

Under a joint development agreement, Samsung Heavy Industries and Bloom Energy will design and develop fuel cell-powered ships. Fuel cells create electricity through an electrochemical reaction without combusting the fuel, potentially cutting NOx and SOx emissions by 99%.

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Source: Offshore Energy
COVID-19 food crisis
Food

COVID-19 food crisis

Ensuring access to seed for nutritious crops

Floods, drought, diseases and pests hurt current crops in Sub-Saharan Africa and disrupt seed supply for future harvests. As COVID-19 is dealing another blow to farmers, the big challenge will be to ensure they have access to quality seed for nutritious crops.

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Source: World Economic Forum
COVID-19 recovery
Energy

COVID-19 recovery

Energy efficiency key to green recovery

With a growing list of energy efficiency innovations, and digitalisation as proven game-changer, investments in energy efficiency can deliver substantial improvements. COVID-19 has suddenly pulled energy efficiency to the beating heart of global policymaking.

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Source: BloombergNEF
Offshore wind energy
EnergyOceans

Offshore wind energy

A vision for 1,400 GW by 2050

The Ocean Renewable Energy Action Coalition has announced its vision for 1,400 GW of offshore wind by 2050. Going beyond current offshore wind forecasts, that would power one-tenth of global electricity demand while saving over 3 billion tonnes of CO2 per year.

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Source: Global Wind Energy Council
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