Cultivating a resilient future for the food system
From the recent fires in the Amazon to growing discussions around global dietary shifts, it is clear that the food system is at a critical juncture. System transformation is the strongest lever we have to take the worst-case scenario of climate change off the menu and ensure the food system continues to thrive in a resource-constrained world.

To help companies drive and accelerate the transition to a sustainable future for food, Quantis is releasing Dig In, a report-guide covering the top sustainability priorities for the food and beverage sector while providing the landscape of business actions that will cultivate a sustainable food system. Launching on #WorldFoodDay, October 16th, the report will help companies to focus on the topics that matter and to
develop tailored strategies and solutions  that will have the most meaningful impact across their supply chains.

A formidable challenge lies ahead, yet if we get equipped with the understanding and tools, building a resilient food system that optimizes both planetary and human health is mission possible.

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Join Quantis and WWF on #WorldFoodDay,  October 16th at 5 pm CEST/ 11 am EDT, as we "Dig In" to the most relevant sustainability topics for the food sector and the steps food companies can take to cultivate business and food system resilience.

geoFootprint:  Accelerating  sustainable crop  management
geoFootprint ushers in a new era for sustainable crop supply chain management. This new online, public and collaborative tool gives instant access to environmental footprint data of agricultural crops on a world map. By bridging the gap between supply chain and farm-level assessments, i t allows companies, public authorities and research organizations to better measure, monitor and manage sustainable agricultural crop production. The geoFootprint initiative is led by Quantis and involves 25+ corporate, public, global, academic and non-profit organizations.

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Let's connect in person!
WBCSD Council Meeting
Lisbon, Portugal
October 14-17
Sustainability professionals from WBCSD member companies will discuss the latest insights and most pressing challenges for realizing the Sustainable Development Goals. Connect with the Quantis team there.

Textile Exchange 2019
Vancouver, Canada
October 15-18
Join Quantis apparel experts in our breakout session on October 16th at 11:00 to learn why and how to integrate land and biodiversity considerations in material choice in the textile industry. 

Sustainability in Pack
Barcelona, Spain
November 12-14
Quantis will present the Plastic Leak Project, the global effort to fight plastic pollution,  and RESPACKT, a science-based assessment tool to measure, compare and monitor the environmental performance of packaging.

Data-driven transformation in the fashion sector
A growing number of businesses are setting science-based climate goals and diving into their supply chains. In a recent webinar, experts from Quantis, WRI + ASICS Corporation shared insights on the science-based climate journey for fashion companies. As businesses set and make progress toward these goals, they need more granular metrics to prioritize the right actions. Quantis' World Apparel + Footwear Lifecycle Database (WALDB) is a robust decision-making tool to guide companies in their sustainable transformation. 

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Guidance for measuring the benefits of water stewardship
Quantis and our partners at the  World Resources Institute LimnoTech  and  Valuing Nature  have developed a new approach for  implementing and valuing water stewardship activities.  The Volumetric Water Benefit Accounting  (VWBA)  meets a critical need in corporate water stewardship: it provides a common method for assessing the benefits of water stewardship activities in a comparable way and ensuring they address current or projected water challenges and contribute to public policy priorities. 

VWBA empowers companies with a comprehensive, standardized and science-based methodology to calculate and valuate the benefits of water stewardship activities. This new method enables businesses and other key stakeholders to better tackle shared water risks at catchment-scale.