Crowd-Sourcing Agricultural Innovations

Share
Pin It

To facilitate discussion around its 2012 Innovation Challenges, The Rockefeller Foundation will host a Twitter Conference on Wednesday, from 9 AM to 4 PM EST.

Image credit: The Rockefeller Foundation

The Foundation’s 2012 Innovation Challenges seek submissions of innovations that focus on three major areas of global agricultural development: Farming Now, Irrigating Efficiency, and Decoding Data.

A Twitter Conference is an extended Twitter chat that allows real-time discussion focused on a specific theme. The Rockefeller Foundation invites “all innovators, practitioners, students, experts, journalists, activists, content creators, communicators, and any tweeps interested in these issues” to participate.

Click here to learn more about the Twitter Conference.

To purchase State of the World 2011: Innovations that Nourish the Planet please click HERE. And to watch the one minute book trailer, click HERE.

Similar posts:
  1. Agricultural Innovations Key to Reduce Poverty and Stablize Climate
  2. For Sharing the Best in Agricultural Innovations, Nourishing the Planet Asks You: What Works?
  3. Five Agricultural Innovations to Improve Biodiversity
  4. Agricultural Innovations that are Protecting the Environment On Earth Day
  5. African Agricultural Innovations Boost Continental Food Production
  6. Agricultural Innovations to Promote Food Security and Protect Environmental Resources
  7. Innovations in Access to Land: Land Grab or Agricultural Investment?
  8. NtP Meets the Paris Youth Crowd