Bringing technology into industries like farming and waste collection in Asia is opening up opportunities for sustainable development. Here are three companies that are changing the world’s oldest and most necessary professions.
To double food production by 2050 and feed the global population, the agriculture sector will need more capital and innovation in this area. A new competition for Asian agri-tech start-ups aims to help the region improve its productivity.
Esther Ngumbi –
Food security for a rapidly growing global population is one of the biggest challenges of our time. One of the most powerful solutions to this issue could be in the ground beneath our feet.
Christine Chemnitz –
Agrilculture expert Christine Chemnitz explains why a future in which agricultural production is digitised bodes well for some of the world’s largest companies, but would leave problems associated with industrialised agriculture unsolved.
Stanford University academic Henry I Miller argues that access to agricultural technology such as herbicides, pesticides, and genetically modified crops is a fundamental right for farmers, and can help feed the world's hungry billions.
The quintillions of bytes in data we generate every day offer potential economic, cultural and political benefits. Here's how private data can be used for social good through the concept of data responsibility, according to New York University's Stefaan Verhulst.
Top Players Novamont, Arcadia, Elevance, Amyris Leading Dramatic Changes in Chemical Industry: As innovative startups in bio-based materials and chemicals reach the scale needed to make a commercial impact, Lux ...