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2016 CGIAR-CSI & Partners Meeting                                    

SPURRING INNOVATION IN GEOSPATIAL CONTRIBUTIONS TO AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT

This two-and-a-half day meeting provides a venue and showcase for the CGIAR-CSI and partners not only to share recent progress in geospatial technologies, methods, tools and learning, but also for this community to articulate a common vision of and commitment to its greater role in expanding the quantity and quality of public-good geospatial research products and services. Read the meeting report to learn more... 

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Wednesday, September 7 • 9:00am - 10:15am
Emerging/Priority Topics 2

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In this session, two important issues will be discussed in a panel-discussion format. All selected issues will have relevance to both the CGIAR and the broader geospatial community. Discussion leaders will provide background and invite discussants with knowledge and experience to challenge the community.

1. Agricultural Investment Mapping (Bhramar)
Updates from several agricultural investment and research mapping initiatives - their status, challenges, and roadmap - and elicit feedback from the geospatial community on how best we can source the data in a standard, sustainable way.

2. Governance/Ethics of Open Geospatial Data (Rodrigo)
Discuss the consequences and ethics of open data with regard to potentially sensitive information (e.g. personal information of vulnerable populations).

Moderators
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Andy Nelson

Prof., UTwente
The where, when and how much of crops. Crop health. Accessibility.

Speakers
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Melanie Bacou

Snr. Program Manager, Spatial Data and Analytics, IFPRI
avatar for Medha Devare

Medha Devare

Senior Research Fellow & Module Lead, IFPRI/Big Data Platform
Medha is a cropping systems agronomist with familiarity working in the US and developing countries. She managed the Cereal Systems Initiative for South Asia (CSISA) in Nepal working from the Kathmandu office of the International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center (CIMMYT), and currently... Read More →
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Rodrigo Sara

Legal & Technology Transfer Consultant, IFPRI
I provide legal support for open access initiatives in Ag Science research for development orientated organisations.



Wednesday September 7, 2016 9:00am - 10:15am
Whidbey Camano (Plenary)

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