The global demand for food continues to rise and is projected to increase up to 102% to satisfy the requirements of 9 billion people by 2050. Consequently, agricultural production needs to also increase by 60%–70% to ensure the supply of raw materials for food, feed, and fiber. Ensuring a sustainable future, despite today’s sustained and intensified pressure on global resources, means that each actor in the food system needs to develop and enforcing practices that will reduce the use of natural resources where possible, and reuse, recycle, and repurpose them otherwise. Government entities can aid these efforts by implementing policies and strategies for efficient resource management on both national and local levels.

Adopting sustainable farming practices worldwide is contributing to the agroecosystem’s efforts to meet the world’s current food needs while also ensuring that future generations will be able to meet theirs with the limited resources that they will have. These practices also focus on holistic development that incorporates environmental, social, and economic sustainability which are the three fundamental pillars of sustainable development.

Over the next year, there should be promising innovations when it comes to precision agriculture. new companies and startups are being formed on a daily basis, many of which focus on developing climate-friendly and intelligent solutions that help drive sustainability in the industry. Technological advancements are today integral to attaining sustainability goals in agriculture.

This conference will provide you with first-hand exposure and connection to the latest innovations in Smart Farming Techniques and Sustainable Agriculture solutions.

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