TomorrowNow Executive Director Georgina Campbell Flatter was a panelist at Tetra Tech’s discussion panel on climate resilience at COP 27.
Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt – Georgina Campbell Flatter (TomorrowNow’s Executive Director) represented TomorrowNow as a panelist at a COP27 event by Tetra Tech focussing on Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning to support smallholder farmers and regenerative agriculture.
The panel session focused on how breakthrough technologies could be leveraged to solve the current climate crisis and build resilience among communities across the world. Advanced data and analytics in the food system was identified as a key enabler for transforming food systems to be more resilient, sequester GHGs, and help farmers thrive in a changing climate.
Using specific case studies, a number of presenters highlighted the potential of remote sensing, cloud computing, Machine Learning and AI to transform agriculture.
Here are the main innovative approaches that were highlighted at the event:
The panel discussion was used to answer questions about how the existing innovative approaches can be used to address climate change and climate risks.