Fall 2016 issue of Horizons
However, recent trends are helping to overcome these challenges and we anticipate seeing these observed trends continue into the future. Global demand for food and food security, combined with supply chain dynamics highly affected by climate variability and a long- term need for sustainable production will be the driving forces behind this. These trends are also all inter-related and can potentially form positive feedback loops that will help sustain them going forward. Innovation, investment, globalization and
adoption will, over the long-term, improve agricultural productivity, food security and sustainability in productive means. Finally, ag-related activity will continue to be an economic driver and provide many new business and economic opportunities for industries once thought to have no connection to agriculture.
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