While researching United Nations-related issues, Protect The Harvest came across a group known as RethinkX. On the surface, this group doesn’t seem to be directly involved in agriculture. After a little digging, we found that this group is influencing policy changes and public perception of our food systems.
Why is this group one to watch? The founders and board members of RethinkX claim to be regular speakers at United Nations-sponsored events and are advising leaders from across the globe on policies that have a direct impact on you.
RethinkX describes itself as:
“…an independent think tank that analyzes and forecasts the speed and scale of technology-driven disruption and its implications across society. We produce impartial, data-driven analyses that identify pivotal choices to be made by investors, business, policy, and civic leaders.”
Protect The Harvest takes specific offense to the statement that their analyses and statements are impartial based on what we have found in their materials.
When you visit their website, it’s hard to miss their disclaimer that opens with:
“Any findings, predictions, inferences, implications, judgments, beliefs, opinions, recommendations, suggestions, and similar matters on RethinkX.com and RethinkDisruption.com (a publication of RethinkX), including reports, articles, social media posts, and blog posts (herein referred to as Content) are views and statements of opinion by the authors,