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Livestock and seafood in numbers

Slide Content

The slide provides statistical insights into the agricultural sector, focusing on livestock and seafood. It states that 80% of all livestock are poultry birds, implying poultry's dominance in livestock populations. The world has 1.4 billion cattle, highlighting the substantial number of cattle globally. A significant production of 156 million tons of fish is noted, indicating the scale of fisheries. Additionally, 48% of fish for human consumption comes from aquaculture, showcasing the importance of this method for supplying fish. Meat consumption averages 42kg per capita per year, indicating dietary preferences or availability. The presence of 4.4 million fishing vessels reflects the extensive scale of the fishing industry. The slide also notes that 17% of animal protein intake per person is provided by fish, underscoring the nutritional contribution of seafood. Finally, it mentions that 1 in 3 people work in agriculture worldwide, emphasizing the sector's role in global employment.

Graphical Look

  • The slide's background is solid dark turquoise.
  • Each statistic is paired with a related icon, depicting chickens, cattle, fish, a fish in a net, meat, a fishing boat, a fish fillet, and a farmer, reflecting the agricultural theme.
  • The icons are white set against hexagon shapes in a lighter shade of turquoise.
  • Text descriptions and numerical data beneath each icon are in white font for contrast against the darker background.
  • Each hexagon is framed within its own white-bordered rectangle, creating individual sections for each statistic.
  • The layout is a grid of two rows and four columns, making eight sections in total.

The overall look of the slide is clean, with a color scheme that is consistent and thematically appropriate for the subject matter. The use of icons and hexagonal shapes gives the slide a modern and organized appearance.

Use Cases

  • To present agricultural industry facts in a business or educational setting to inform audience about scale and importance of livestock and seafood sectors.
  • As part of a market analysis presentation to highlight potential areas for business investment or development in agriculture and aquaculture.
  • In environmental conferences to discuss the impact of livestock and seafood production on ecosystems and sustainability.
  • For sharing insights with policymakers or agricultural organizations when reviewing policies or strategies to enhance sector growth and sustainability.

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