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Evaluation 2

Welcome to Evaluation Round 2.

During this second Evaluation phase, the Food System Vision Prize team and expert Judges from around the world will be evaluating the Semi-Finalist teams' refined Visions. Then, the week of August 3, ten Vision Prize Finalists will be announced. IIn September 2020, these ten Finalists will be invited to participate in a three month virtual Accelerator where teams will continue to build their Visions.  While the Accelerator focuses on the ten finalists,The Rockefeller Foundation is exploring other l ways to advance the visibility and feasibility of all Visions.  In particular, we are looking for ways to connect the Food System Vision Prize community to the forthcoming UN Food System Summit of 2021. 

- For everyone -
You are welcome and encouraged to check out the submitted Visions and share feedback, ask questions, and offer support to the innovators by commenting on individual submissions. Not sure where to start? Try looking at the Visions in the continent where you are located.

Stay tuned for more opportunities and announcements in the coming weeks and months. Should urgent questions arise, please email info@foodsystemvisionprize.org.

- Key Dates -
01 June 2020 | Evaluation 2 Begins
03-07 Aug 2020 Vision Prize Finalists Announced

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South Australia becomes a world leader in hyper resilient food systems by implementing novel food production technologies and strategies

South Australia becomes a world leader in hyper resilient food systems by implementing novel food production technologies and strategies

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By 2035, Lima will be a regenerative and nourishing food oasis, as green as the Lima discovered by Francisco Pizarro 500 years earlier.

By 2035, Lima will be a regenerative and nourishing food oasis, as green as the Lima discovered by Francisco Pizarro 500 years earlier.

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