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What We Do

Tech for Good Solutions©

 

The World Bee Project CIC uses emerging technologies, Artificial Intelligence (AI), predictive analytics, IoT and frontier science to research and advance solutions to pollinator and biodiversity declines and climate change in urban and rural environments.

By designing improvement strategies, modelling their impacts, monitoring progress, and sharing the results with citizens and relevant stakeholders we aim to close some of the key gaps in the scientific understanding of pollinator abundance and its varying relationship with different ecosystems.

Our solutions can help policymakers to design appropriate interventions, enable coordinated actions, create pathways to protect and manage ecosystems and encourage good practice at larger scales.

 

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Agricultural economists and other development specialists generally agree that investing in agriculture is an effective strategy for reducing poverty, inequality and hunger, especially in countries where the sector employs a large share of the population (FAO, 2012World Bank, 2007). Many advocates emphasize the importance of “smallholder farming” or “family farming”, with claims often made that smallholders or family farms are responsible for a large share of the world’s food production (e.g., Fairtrade International, 2013) – or that a large share of the food consumed in Africa and Asia is produced by smallholders in those regions (HLPE, 2013IFAD and UNEP, 2013).