Around the world, the agriculture sector is currently in the throes of a momentous shift. Consumers are demanding changes in the food system; labeling and traceability demands are surging; and more environmentally sound practices are expected. Digital agriculture can be seen as the savior to many of the pressures agriculture faces.
As the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES) has highlighted in its latest Global Assessment, changes are needed at many different levels of global food production system to reduce hunger and poverty, improve public health, and reverse ongoing biodiversity losses.
The article continues to discuss the developments and advancements that digital agriculture could provide in achieving a more efficient and sustainable agriculture system. You can read the full article, written by Emerging ag President Robynne Anderson, published in Startup City here.