Ciencia, tecnología e innovación



Se estima que para 2050 la población mundial superará los 9 000 millones. Necesitamos producir suficiente comida para alimentar de forma equitativa a esa población en aumento. 4 formas en que la ciencia la tecnología y la innovación pueden ayudar a transformar los sistemas agroalimentarios


The collection and analysis of meteorological data is essential to ensure a proper water management. The functioning of climate sensors and meteorological stations for agricultural uses is presented.


In Sri Lanka, FAO is building capacities of local irrigation experts to monitor water productivity, identify water productivity gaps and propose solutions to reduce these gaps with real-time data from the FAO WaPOR platform. Thereby contributing to a sustainable increase of agricultural production that benefits farmers and safeguards the environment.


This short video looks at how a cooperative-run Digital Village Service Centre in Lahiri Mohanpur in rural Bangladesh is promoting innovation and connectivity. Thereby transforming the lives and livelihoods of smallholder dairy farmers and processors. FAO’s global Digital Village Initiative supports inclusive, gender-sensitive rural development and sustainable agrifood systems transformation.


La FAO ya utiliza la tecnología de cadena de bloques para garantizar la transparencia, trazabilidad y sostenibilidad de los productos alimentarios. 3 ejemplos de cómo la cadena de bloques puede ayudarnos a transformar los sistemas agroalimentarios


Highlights the centrality of science, technology and innovation for agrifood systems transformation. The event will embrace a diversity of perspectives based on science, thereby facilitating rationalization and inclusiveness of debate.


We need #innovation and #technologies to suit and work well for small-scale producers so that we leave no one behind.


How science and innovation can help achieve more efficient, inclusive, resilient and sustainable agrifood systems