Thank you for your contributions to the Future of Food Impact Roadmap! The discussions in this community have helped XPRIZE understand the challenges that need to be overcome to feed 10 billion people by 2050 and identify potential breakthroughs in food systems.

The Impact Roadmap, which was sponsored by the Australian Centre for Agricultural Research, the International Development Research Centre and the Foundation for Food and Agriculture Research, is now complete. You can browse the interactive version on the XPRIZE website and download the full report.

Alumni of the project are invited to join the Feeding the Next Billion Prize Design, which is the first to come out of the Impact Roadmap. This XPRIZE will incentivize the creation of chicken and fish alternatives that replicate or outperform conventional white meat.

Another new member

Hello Everyone

Thank you to the folks at X-prize for inviting me into this discussion. My name is Jamie and I am a sessional lecturer and technician at the University of Guelph, Canada. My undergrad was in Soil Science and I completed my M.Sc. in 2000 looking at competitive interactions in an intercrop system. I have worked in soil and crop research, forest ecology, agroforestry, agricultural indoor air quality and am currently working in aquatic ecology. I have taught a number of courses related to trees and agrifood systems and continue to teach a course in arboriculture. I look forward to many productive discussions with a global network of colleagues and I hope to be able to provide a useful contribution to the discussions.


  • NickOttensNickOttens Community Manager Barcelona, SpainPosts: 455 admin
    Thank you for joining us, @Coyote! We're happy to have you.

    Please don't hesitate to join any of the active discussions or feel free to initiate your own.

    If you have any questions or need help, just let me know.
  • timsilmantimsilman Los Angeles, CAPosts: 56 XPRIZE
    @Coyote welcome! thanks for joining.
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