The UN CTCN is hosting a 3-day capacity building programme on the applications of digital agriculture technology
National Designated Entities and concerned Ministries of Agriculture officers have been invited to receive an introduction to digital technology transformations of the agriculture sector and food systems. Participants will be able to contribute to designing future CTCN technical assistance projects.
Between 14 and 16 December 2022, the UN Climate Technology Centre and Network (CTCN), in collaboration with the Seoul National University Global R&DB Centre, is holding a 3-day capacity building programme on ‘Digital Technology Applications in the Agriculture Sector’ for National Designated Entities and officers from concerned Ministries of Agriculture.
The application of digital technologies in agriculture can help transform food systems, contributing to the three stages of sustainability, namely efficiency, substitution, and redesign. The workshop will introduce digital technology enhancements in sustainable agriculture and food systems. Technology, climate finance and policy experts will present current information regarding CTCN technical assistance projects focused on enhancing national capacities and sector-specific climate challenges. Participants will have the opportunity to co-design these projects.