The Wall Street Journal’s Global Food Forum June 24, 2021 will tackle the critical issue of sustainability, from seed research to farming practices to packaging to the food we eat. Farmers, suppliers, consumers, investors and governments are focusing increased attention on how to maximize production while assuring the availability of resources in the future.
It’s a global imperative. And it’s addressed with innovative thinking, much of it already underway.
Join us to participate in interactive interviews, deep-dive discussions and peer-to-peer open conversations, all designed to help the influential Global Food Forum community to exchange knowledge and to prepare for what’s next.
- Exclusive, live-streamed interviews with interactive audience Q&A
- A seat at your choice of deep dive dicussion breakouts
- Expert-led open conversations, among other networking options
- Post-event access to session videos
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