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COP28: Visualizing Climate-Smart Blue Foods

Today marks the commencement of the 28th session of the Conferences of the Parties (COPs), a pivotal moment for the global community to collectively address the pressing issue of climate change. Emerging Ag has actively participated in COP28, hosting official side events in Dubai and supporting partners in developing customized solutions for increased efficiency, resilience, inclusivity, and sustainability in the face of the climate crisis. Our engagement initiatives aim to propel discussions on climate action across diverse sectors, positioning our partners at the forefront of greenhouse gas emission reduction efforts.

In a recent collaboration with the Stanford Center for Ocean Solutions, we completed a design project focused on visualizing the impact of blue foods in global food systems and illustrating industry actors’ contributions to climate adaptation and mitigation. The project yielded an infographic, a series of social media visuals and messages, and a print-ready brochure for distribution at COP28.

Our commitment to effective communication and visual storytelling underscores our desire to elevate crucial issues in climate discussions. For a detailed look at the finalized infographic, please visit the Stanford Center for Ocean Solutions website or follow them on social media to engage with their impactful work!

Stefanie Hyde

With a passion for creativity, marketing and communications, Stefanie contributes to Emerging’s online communications and brand management, develops graphic visuals, and provides communications support to Emerging and its valued clients. Stefanie has grown up in a family with a long history in agriculture. Her family roots and exposure to farming and agri-business has nurtured a natural love for the industry and the wonderful people who work in it. Prior to joining Emerging, she has gained career experience working with Parks Canada in a Promotions and New Media role and developed skills including videography, advertising, marketing, social media and graphic design. Stefanie is a Canadian national and speaks both French and English. She graduated from Ryerson University in Toronto, Ontario, with a Bachelors Degree of Design. Stefanie attended the Copenhagen School of Design and Technology where she specialized in Sustainable Communications which included sustainable design, communications and marketing. Stefanie has spent time living in both Denmark and Rome, and is currently based in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.

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