Global Challenge of Food

The Future Is Now

 

Meet Chinampa Innovation Holdings

Focusing on higher-impact initiatives

We are adressing the global challenge of food sustainability and security with  innovative solutions.

 

 

What is Happening with this crazy world?

 

 

 

 

What are the challenges that we face in sustainable production of agriculture to our futur?

Population and climate. We humans already put a great strain on our world’s water, soil and forests in order to produce enough food. By 2050 we’ll have to feed at least 2 billion more, plus billions more whose diet has shifted higher up the food chain to beef instead of beans. And we’ll have to do to it with a hotter climate.

The current levels of consomption of food, put  tremendous pressure to our planet.

 

 

Chinampa Innovation Holdings

The Future of Agriculture

Focusing on higher-impact initiatives

We are adressing the global challenge of food sustainability and security with  innovative solutions.

What are the challenges that we face in sustainable production of agriculture to our futur?

Population and climate. We humans already put a great strain on our world’s water, soil and forests in order to produce enough food. By 2050 we’ll have to feed at least 2 billion more, plus billions more whose diet has shifted higher up the food chain to beef instead of beans. And we’ll have to do to it with a hotter climate.

The current levels of consomption of food, put  tremendous pressure to our planet.

Rising Population

There will be 219,000 people at the dinner table tonight who were not there last night, many of them with empty plates.

By 2050 the world’s population will likely increase by more than 35 percent.

To feed that population, crop production will need to double.

Why? Production will have to far outpace population growth as the developing world grows prosperous enough to eat more meat.

 

Whats on the menu in the world table?

 

 

 Falling water tables and water supplies

 

 

Droughts in México

 

 

Increasing soil erosion

Nearly a third of the world’s cropland is losing topsoil faster than new soil is forming. This reduces the land’s inherent fertility. Future food production is also threatened by soil erosion.

 

Increase of Pesticides 

With less richers soils, with higher profits the use of pesticide is in a clear trend

Pesticide consumption in the world

 

Left: A vineyard using non-organic farming. Right: A vineyard using organic farming.

 

 

 

Food Sustainability

 

 

 

Food Security

 

 

Impacting environnement and water. 

 

World wide meat consumption

Reducing Food Waste

Reducing Food Waste

 

Precision Agriculture

 

Precision Agriculture

Current Levels of consomptuon of food, tremendous pressure to our planet.

 

 

today 7 billion

 

30 years 3.5 more people

 

Agriculture´s FootPrint 

 

 

We need to answer this 

 

 

"What’s sustainable at one farm will not be at another, so everything needs to be tailored, from the practices themselves to the incentives for farmers to adopt them."

A hotter climate generally means less soil moisture. 

A World Demanding More