GEOGLAM looks to expand data sharing, refine and evolve the Crop Monitor, and grow community in the developing world during the next year.
A global effort to make agricultural projections available to anyone with an Internet connection may hold the key to fighting hunger and reducing poverty. On a hot and humid June day in 1943, with World War II still raging in Europe and the Pacific, U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt welcomed delegates from around the world to the first-ever United Nations … Read More
GEOGLAM’s collaboration between Space agencies and advancements in technology are opening the door for critical prediction of agricultural production and food security. For the last 43 years, NASA’s Earth Observation satellite program has created an unparalleled record of global change, revolutionizing our understanding of land use, climate, and agriculture production trends. Building on this foundation, partners working through GEO Global Agricultural … Read More