Technologies for agriculture, water, food and healthcare
Urbanization is an undeniable trend. As the researchers have recently provided data in several publications, more than half of the world’s population will live in cities by 2040-2050 timeframe. In other words, the population of the cities will increase from 3.8 billion of today’s population to 7 billion by then, almost doubling today’s population in the cities. This trend points to tremendous challenges for our generation and beyond to find alternatives or new solutions in farm to fork value chain. The complexity of such challenges requires us to think and engage globally, as the challenges we face are not local.
Through our programs, we invest with our partners in startups that have innovative and scalable solutions for the future essential needs of people, including the products and technologies in the areas of food, agriculture, water and digital health.