Creating future farming with technology for food resilience
The world is facing a dire situation. By 2050, the population is expected to reach an unprecedented 9.7 billion, while the food demand is expected to double. If we do not change our global agriculture system, the world might run out of food in just 27 years, according to The World Count. This is one part of the frightening reality that we must confront. The world is facing many challenges, including climate change, which is causing decreased farming output and rising hunger worldwide.
GREENS aims to empower Indonesia’s 240M non-farmers with its meta-farming solutions
Despite being a country with abundant agricultural resources, Indonesia is facing a threat to its food security. The archipelago loses up to 48 million metric tonnes of food annually primarily due to inefficient processing, storage, transportation, and selling of food crops. It also faces a very high risk of soil erosion. The lack of organic content in the soil harms yields and leads to malnutrition.