Open data benefits for agriculture and nutrition
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Technical Centre for Agricultural and Rural Cooperation. 2017. Open data benefits for agriculture and nutrition. ICT Update (84)
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In September 2016, the first Global Open Data for Agriculture and Nutrition (GODAN) summit took place in New York. And in February 2017, the third international workshop on impacts with open data in agriculture and nutrition was held in The Hague, the Netherlands. Both events showed progress made to provide better access to accurate, timely information for policy-makers, farmers and private sector to shape a more sustainable agriculture future.