Climate Services for Resilient Development: Value of Climate Data to Farmers

This video, produced by the Climate Services for Resilient Development (CSRD) initiative, highlights how big data and modern information technology can be harnessed to provide farmers with more reliable information on what to grow, where to grow it, and when to grow it based off of weather and climate data. 

CSRD is an international public-private partnership committed to delivering climate services—including the production, translation, transfer, and use of climate information—purposefully designed to enable policymakers and decision-makers to address significant problems and create solutions.
 

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Total Running Time

2:00
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Sectors
Adaptation
Strategic Objective
Adaptation
Topics
Weather, Resilience, Adaptation
Region
Latin America & Caribbean, Asia, Africa

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