Reports On Agri-Food Innovation
We prepare and share our reports focusing on agri-food innovation scene, providing the key information for the future of food systems.
Kök Projekt’s Agri-Food Innovation Reports
Turn The Tide: Climate Change III
In our Turn The Tide Series in collaboration with Patent Effect, we share reports, blog posts, infographics, and maps to provide information about the latest climate science.
Our third report focuses on the question of how does climate change affect agriculture? On the one hand, agriculture contributes to climate change, on the other hand, it is severely affected by climate change. We need an agricultural adaptation to effectively manage climate risks over the coming decades.
To learn more about climate change and its effects on the agriculture sector check out our report.
Turn The Tide: Climate Change II
In our Turn The Tide Series in collaboration with Patent Effect we share reports, blog posts, infographics, and maps to provide information about the latest climate science.
Our second report focuses on the question of how does climate change affects the water and energy nexus? As our world is getting warmer, the dual concerns of declining water supplies and rising energy consumption will become more acute. Water and energy, on the other hand, are intricately intertwined.
To learn more about climate change and its effects on the water and energy sector check out our report.
Water Footprint Report
Two-thirds of human caloric intake is coming from wheat, rice, maize, and soybean. Therefore they are very critical to maintaining the world food supply.They are not only significant crops for human consumption, but they also have the most significant water footprints. To learn more about the four crops and their water footprint check out our report.
Turn The Tide: Climate Change I
Our world is getting warmer and a warming climate has severe consequences.
In our Turn The Tide Series in collaboration with Patent Effect we will share reports, blog posts, infographics, and maps to provide information about the latest climate science.
Our first report is an introduction to climate change with an outlook of what causes climate change and how IPCC’s work shows us we need to take action immediately.
Waste to Value IV: Waste & Circular Economy
We take resources from nature and turn them into an extraordinary number of products. Then, when we do not need them, we throw them away as waste. This system based on Take-Make-Waste is called the “Linear Economy.” It has a significant impact on the environment as it creates mounting pressure on natural resources and a massive waste problem. Linear Economy is not sustainable.
For a healthy future, we need to look beyond the take-make-waste system and create a Circular Economy that relies on renewable energy and eradicates waste.
For more information about how a circular economy can mitigate the waste problem? check out our report!
Waste To Value III: E-Waste
Electrical and Electronic Equipment(EEE) is an indispensable part of modern societies. Technologies may help to create a fairer, more peaceful and just world when used appropriately. However, the rising demand for EEE is creating the world’s fastest growing waste stream:E-Waste, which can be hazardous for the environment and human health. How does e-waste impact the environment? How can technology help to tackle this global issue? Check out our report to find out more.
Waste To Value II: Plastic Waste
Plastics are versatile materials that offer many advantages for our daily lives. However, the way we use them is incredibly wasteful. Cumulative global plastic production reached 7 billion tonnes in 2015 and generated huge waste. How plastic waste impacts the environment? How can technology help to tackle this global issue? Check out our report to find out more.
Waste to value I: Food Waste
Food waste and loss are global problems. Every year 1,3 billion tonnes of food is lost or wasted. How do food loss and waste impact the environment? How can technology help to tackle this global issue? Check out our report to find out more.
How does water pollution impact our lives? What is the relationship between agriculture and water pollution? Is agriculture really a victim and cause of water pollution? How water pollution finds its place in UN Sustainable Development Goals? Check out our report to find answers.
Plant-Based Protein 2
Plant-Based Protein: an innovative solution for an unsustainable food system?
Water, Energy and Food Nexus
What is Water, Energy, and Food Nexus? How is it important in the perspective of sustainability? Could technology be a solution to face an uncertain future of WEF Nexus? Check out our report to understand the relation between water energy and food.
Water & Agriculture
Future of Water I:
Water and Agriculture: What is the relationship between water and agriculture? How can AgriTech solve the challenges within the water ecosystems? Click on our report to get information about the relationship between water and agriculture.
Food sovereignty covers many topics from small farmers’ welfare to sustainable agriculture. We searched for the definition of food sovereignty and how agriculture technologies may help to achieve an alternative and sustainable agriculture system. Click our report for more.
What is food safety? How does it affect health and economy? Could agriculture technologies strengthen food safety? Click our report for more.
Global Food Security
What is food security? How agriculture technologies can help to strengthen food security? Click on our report to get information about global food security and more.
Can agriculture and cities come together? How to reduce the journey of food and provide local production? Is the answer in urban agriculture? Click on our report to get information about urban agriculture and its applications.
Food Security: The Terms
What is the meaning of food security, sovereignty, and safety? What can food and agricultural technologies do to ensure sustainable and safe food? See our report for concepts.
Blockchain and Agriculture
Transforming the food ecosystem with blockchain. Blockchain may bring many advantages to today’s complex food supply web by providing transparency and trust. Check out our report for blockchain and agriculture practices.
Adaptation of FAW Sectors
Adaptation of FAW Sectors: The Effects of the Pandemic On the FAW Sectors. The spread of Covid-19 affects all industries. We’ve also wondered how it is affecting the food, agriculture, and water sectors and gathered some news from all around the world.
Healthy Eating: Consumer interest in healthy eating is growing worldwide. Forecasting emerging trends’ impact on eating habits in the era of fast-flowing life. Check out our report.
Organic Agriculture: Sustainability and agriculture. Farming without using chemicals. Chemicals used in agriculture damage soil and water resources. One of the ways to continue production without chemicals is organic agriculture. Check out our report for organic farming and its advantages.
Vertical Agriculture: Methods of future agriculture. Healthy, sustainable methods of farming are becoming increasingly important for nurturing the growing world population. Vertical agriculture enables high output production in places with low agricultural land by using various technologies. To find out more click our report.
Precision Agriculture: Agriculture of the future. Precision farming uses big data, advanced analytical processes, robots, and sensors in order to make appropriate decisions. It increases efficiency. Check out our report on how to increase efficiency with the use of technology.
Smart Agriculture: Reshaping the agricultural world with technology. Smart Agriculture also is known as Digital agriculture, e-agriculture or Agriculture 4.0 not only creates economical potential but also ecological benefits. Find out more about Smart Agriculture in our report.
Algae Based Protein
Algae Based Protein: Sustainability, a diet rich in protein, and algae. Algae may be among the potential sources of protein. Check out our report on the nutritional position and environmental benefits of algae.
Insect Protein: One of the alternative sources of protein are insects. Click on our report for the use of insects as food, fertilizer and more.
Plant Based Protein
Plant-Based Protein: Alternative, sustainable protein sources. With the increasing population in the world, the need for food is increasing. One of the methods to meet food needs sustainably is plant-based nutrition. You can find the benefits and more of plant-based protein sources in our report.
Lab-Grown Meat: Produce the protein of the future. Lab-Grown Meat, also called Cell-Based Meat, Clean Meat, aims to provide a sustainable solution to the increasing meat demand in the world. You can find start-up examples working in this area and more in our report.