Our food and water system will be exposed to unprecedented challenges over the next 30 years. The need to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and adapt to a changing climate whilst improving biodiversity, reducing pollution and waste, and encouraging healthier diets globally has never been greater.
Early estimates suggest that this structural shift will require around $30trillion of capital reallocation by 2050. This is a significant step change in investment rates which we believe will create opportunities for investors across the entire food and water value chain.
The food and water system must become more resource efficient and sustainable in the face of mounting challenges. We explain what needs to be done and the investment opportunities it brings.
Learn about the suite of funds that give you exposure to the most powerful themes that are shaping the world we live in.
Building a portfolio to capture opportunities across the whole food and water value chain
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