Updated Mar 28, 2019
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Project Climate Smart aims to introduce new technologies in agriculture and climate monitoring that will increase food production, monitor and measure weather and climate in unmonitored rural areas, and reduce the impact of weather volatility and natural disasters on governments and civil society.
By placing small weather stations on farms where food is grown, and where no weather observations currently exist, Precise weather information is collected and used as an input to precision agriculture applications that enable local former's to make better decisions about their operations. These weather stations also serve to document the local climate on farms and in rural areas where little or now data exists today.
|Projected Cumulative Lives Impacted||5,000,000|
|New Implemented Countries||Brazil, Iraq, Ukraine, Kazakhstan|
|New Feature||Spray Outlook tool to know when it is safe to apply chemicals or fertilizers without adverse impacts to neighboring areas.|