the future we seek

We must envision the future we seek for ourselves and the next seven generations. Ironically and fortunately, the ancient and old — indigenous wisdom — is new. Again!

Statements called as How might we (HMW) are a great way to envision the future for our team and our board of advisors while remaining grounded in the present.

How might we… ensure food equity across Sub-Saharan Africa using social entrepreneurship to move over a billion people out of extreme poverty.

How might we… ensure food equity among the Native Americans across their sparsely populated homelands using social entrepreneurship to remove food deserts.

• Every human around the world has full access to nutritious food within 24 hours of need. 
• Every child from birth through age 12 has complete access to all the necessary nutrients for healthy growth within 4 hours of anticipated need.
• Local food within a 20 food miles radius is available to meet every person’s daily nutrition needs.
• A sliding scale market price of products based on income and value creation enables all to have equitable access to nutritious food.
• Food closest to its source and original natural form is best for overall well-being.

How might we… ensure a balanced supply and demand in the food systems with the right substitutes (different forms, but similar health utility) and alternatives (different forms and different health utility) tapping into the rich indigenous knowledge and the existing bio-diversity of locally available food produce.

• Using predictive analytics, we can enable constant adjustment of supply and demand in the agro-food system leading to zero food waste and return of organic residue ingredients into the biological ecosystem.
• There is an agile and just-in-time mix of short food mile localized and globalized extended value chain that enables the better balance of agro-food systems supply and demand. 
• Robust predictive and prescriptive analytics exist both at the local, regional, country, the continent level that ensures an easy measure of the market dynamics.

How might we… ensure a healthy balance between natural and agro-food ecosystem so that Planet Earth remains rich in bio-diversity.

• Food produced meets global food needs while enabling the revival of biodiversity.
Circular economy keeps the technical ingredients as much in the existing ecosystem through continual repurpose using lower embodied energy in every cycle.
• Circular economy keeps the biological ingredients with zero or low waste. Food products are repurposed with time into more valuable goods for humans and others on a bio-diverse planet.