An agriculture network that feeds sustainable growth for all.
No limits, no borders.
Our planet faces challenges like never before. Challenges that will affect us all. But there’s one industry on which we all depend that can make a positive impact and a real-world difference - agriculture. From soil health to women’s empowerment, advanced hybrid seeds to post-harvest waste reduction, water efficiency to carbon sequestration – our inputs, solutions, and initiatives are working hand-in-hand with farmers to make a difference. Across the environment, global food chain security, and farming communities’ social and economic resilience. Together, we are advancing agriculture for a sustainable world driven by our OpenAg® network to reimagine sustainability for all.
It revolves around and involves the entire world and its 7 billion people. A number that is set to grow to 9 billion by 2050 and then 11 billion before the close of this century.
11 billion people who will eat 33 billion meals a day.
500 million farmers who will face this challenge.
Breaking new ground
The future is green
1+1 = 40
Community transformation through education
Technology for transformation
A model that brings together all the different players in the food system – from farmers to food producers to supermarkets to consumers – with a new purpose
We are creating the network that changes the way a whole industry thinks and works. Opening it all up, to new ideas, new ways, new answers.
We will generate a much deeper impact on society, where agriculture is properly valued, food is sustainable and farmers grow and prosper.
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