Harvesting data, harvesting food: Data modelling, forecasting and early warning for food security policy

Synopsis

Hosted at the Islamic Development Bank pavilion at COP27 in Sharm El-Sheikh egypt, this panel event will explore how climate change impacts the long-term agricultural production and wow we can utilise research and data to help inform how governments plan for change in current production techniques.

The discussion will highlight the significant changes country’s agriculture sector will undergo in the long-term and how more prescise data is needed to help counteract those changes and ensure food security. We will also use the event as an opportunity to officially launch the CREWSNET platform.

WHERE?
Islamic Development Bank pavilion, COP27, Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt
In-person
WHEN?
November 8, 2022
13h00 - 14h00
13h00 - 14h00
DETAILS
This event takes place in the COP27 blue zone. UNFCCC accreditation is required to attend.
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Participants

HE Dr Muhammad Al Jasser

President, Islamic Development Bank (IsDB) Group

Fady Jameel

Vice chairman, Community Jameel

Emmanuel Nyirinkindi

Vice president, Cross-cutting solutions, International Finance Corporation

May Ali Babiker

Regional hub manager - Cairo, IsDB

Professor Elfatih Eltahir

HM King Bhumibol Professor of Hydrology and Climate, MIT; Co-chair, Jameel Observatory

Dr Guyo Roba

Head, Jameel Observatory Kenya

Saber Hossain Chowdhury

Member of Bangladesh parliament

Heike Harmgart

Managing director, Southern and eastern Mediterranean region, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development

Alison Fahey

Executive director, J-PAL MENA

Uzma Sulaiman

Associate director, Community Jameel

Salma Zeid

COP27 youth delegate, Community Jameel

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