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Resolution 19

Here you can find out more about the world of Project Solanum, how civil society came to be on the brink of collapse and what changes politics, society and nature have undergone from today to 2064.

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One of the most influential decisions in human history. Resolution 19 describes a 19-point plan to regulate the production of calories. Organic food is banned, as are low-yielding seed varieties. Furthermore, livestock rearing with fodder plants that can also serve as primary calories is banned. This effectively put an end to the meat and dairy industry.

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The 19-point plan:

  1. Approval of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) in food production.
  2. Promotion of agricultural monocultures on suitable arable land.
  3. Intensification of the development of suitable chemical pesticides and fertilizers.
  4. Relaxation of environmental regulations for the food industry, which were originally aimed at reducing environmental pollution.
  5. Prohibition of so-called “organic” agricultural production and labels.
  6. Promote research and development of climate-resilient crops to minimize the impact of climate change on harvests.
  7. Creating educational programs for alternative diets to increase consumer awareness.
  8. Implement policies to reduce food waste along the entire supply chain
  9. Promote urban agriculture and vertical farming to increase food production in urban areas
  10. Introduce a global early warning system for food security to be better prepared for future crises.
  11. Create a certification system for high-yield food products to promote transparency and consumer confidence.
  12. Ban the feeding of primary calories to livestock for meat and dairy production.
  13. Promote alternative protein sources such as insects or plant proteins.
  14. Ban on CO2 labels for food.
  15. Investing in research and technology to improve food storage and preservation.
  16. Promoting water management practices in agriculture to make water use more efficient.
  17. Regulation of permitted seed varieties for large farms.
  18. International cooperation and exchange of best practices to promote high-yield agriculture globally.
  19. The establishment of the “Hub” initiative. A network of research centers for the conservation and further development of the most important crops.