Food and land-use

Food and land use productivity will determine whether the world can feed a population projected to grow to over nine billion by 2050, while sustaining natural environments. Food production can be increased, rural income development improved, gender balance raised, forests protected and land use emissions cut by raising crop and livestock productivity, using new technologies and comprehensive approaches to soil and water management.

How we are meeting the challenge

Our organization is uniquely positioned to work with member companies along and across value chains to deliver high-impact business solutions to the most challenging sustainability issues.

Explore the business solutions and projects you can access through the Food and Land-use pathway.

Impact on Sustainable Development Goals

The SDGs lie at the heart of what we do. Even though your business may not be focusing on any specific SDG target, by putting effort into the business solutions that are aligned with your business strategy, and that have the greatest meaning and impact potential for your business, you are effectively contributing to the SDGs.

Business solutions related to the Food and land-use pathway contribute to the following SDGs.