Ceres is a nonprofit organization that leads a national coalition of investors, environmental organizations and other public interest groups working with companies to address sustainability challenges such as global climate change and water scarcity.
Our mission is integrating sustainability into day-to-day business practices for the health of the planet and its people. These interviews by 3BL Media took place at their Conference held May 1-2, 2013 in San Francisco, CA. To learn more about what Ceres does to insure long term prosperity, visit the Website.
For information on Ceres 2014 conference visit the Ceres Website.
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The Future of Food with Barton, Dimick, Ranganathan, Reiter
Published on Jun 23, 2015
Sustaining agricultural productivity amid population growth, climate change, water scarcity and declining soil health is a daunting global challenge. And California, the nations food basket now in its fourth year of a devastating drought, is ground zero. Pressures on farmers and agricultural supply chains across the world are unprecedented. But there are solutions. Using California as a case study, this provocative plenary will highlight key strategies and tough choices – for feeding the world's seven billion people while preserving the planet.
Brooke Barton, Senior Program Director, Water Program, Ceres (moderator)
Dennis Dimick, Executive Editor, Environment, National Geographic Magazine
Janet Ranganathan, Vice President for Science and Research, World Resources Institute
J. Miles Reiter, Chairman, Driscolls Inc.
EarthSayers Dennis Dimick; Janet Ranganathan; J. Miles Reiter
Think Big: Mega Trends in Sustainability
Setting Sail: Navigating the Circular Economy by Ellen MacArthur
Joan Bavaria Award to Geeta Aiyer
Keynote, Ceres Conference of 2015 by Gina McCarthy of EPA