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This unique course combines hands-on training in the scenario planning methodology with a deep exploration of the environmental, economic and social uncertainties that will shape the future of what we eat, where our food comes from, and whether we will be able to count on its supply and safety in the coming decades.
Online: Get grounded in the latest research and perspectives on the future of the global food system. Learn about some of the biggest challenges—from climate change, population growth, changes in consumption, agricultural practices, and political disputes—as well as the opportunities for boosting resilience through scientific, technological and social advances.
At Stanford: Develop Scenarios on the Future of Food to 2030. Tap Stanford experts on food to deepen your knowledge. Learn—by doing—the original scenario methodology pioneered by Royal Dutch Shell and Global Business Network, working directly with seasoned practitioners.
Learn from a variety of sources and Stanford experts, including:
climate scientist and co-chairman of IPCC Working Group II
environmental lawyer and Executive Director of the Center for Ocean Solutions
expert on food and agriculture, Deputy Director, Stanford Center of Food Security and the Environment
natural resource attorney and co-director of the Stanford Woods Institute