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Wednesday, June 30th 2021

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Agriculture industry challenges for an ever-growing population

This week’s must read

The Climate Change Committee report provides an Assessment of UK Climate Risk and notes that it has the capacity and resources to respond effectively, but it has to act now.
The agriculture industry, in particular, has the opportunity to become more resilient and sustainable through both reducing emissions in line with 2050 Net Zero targets and effectively adapting to climate and extreme weather threats.

This Week’s Must Read is an insight piece from Charles Ffoulkes, Adas, about challenges for the agriculture industry to adapt to climate risk.

Charles Ffoulkes@Adas

Thought Leadership

There’s no doubt that there’s more to come for the CEA industry. So what are the latest new technology releases, the latest industry tools to accelerate climate-smart agriculture? Agritecture provides top predictions for the future of CEA for 2021 and beyond.


African youths have to understand that they are the spearhead of the modernization and transformation of Africa’s agricultural sector through their interest in technological change and innovative market solutions. This article provides keys strategies on how to include youth in agriculture.


To reduce post-harvest losses, maintain product quality, create jobs, and more, the Feed the Future Egypt Rural Agribusiness Strengthening project, an activity funded by the US Agency for International Development and implemented by Abt Associates, is helping farmers in Upper Egypt and the Delta to produce high-quality crops by introducing low-cost cold chain technology.

 @Abt Associates

Emerging technologies in Agriculture such as artificial intelligence, computer vision, and robotics deliver an unprecedented amount of data. The short-term challenge is to transform data into insights and, therefore, value. So how to adopt emerging technologies to improve productivity and performance needed to feed a growing population?

Raviv Itzhaky@Prospera

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By 2050, the global population is projected to reach 9.8 billion. So how are we going to feed everyone? Investment-banker-turned-farmer Stuart Oda points to indoor vertical farming: growing food on tiered racks in a controlled, climate-proof environment.

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