Keystone Policy Center helps food and agriculture stakeholders identify responsible and sustainable solutions to meet the needs of a growing global population. By 2050, the world population is projected to exceed 9 billion people. Shifting dietary preferences will also increase the pressure to produce more food, fiber, and fuel in a less predictable climate with fewer natural resources. Keystone grows solutions from the ground up, working with coalitions of producers, agribusinesses, food and retail companies, NGOs, researchers, and public sectors leaders to identify strategies, partnerships, metrics, and best practices to pilot and scale through collaboration and collective action. We help foster science-based, market-focused approaches that enable the evolution of our food systems toward sustainable futures that meet the needs of all stakeholders.