The Open Data Institute has partnered up with Global Open Data in Agriculture and Nutrition to pin down what data is actually available for informing a “new agricultural revolution”.
Together they have published a Google Sheet, inviting you to contribute suggestions for new types of data, new key sources, or example datasets. We, at GFDRR, believe that there are strong ties between climate hazards, food production and distribution, and health so please share your contributions as they will ultimately help develop a better global understanding of data. This project has the potential to reduce significant risks to urban and rural populations around the world.
Find out more about the call for global food systems data from the original ODI post, Help us find valuable data for agriculture.