Climate tech helps next gen rural farmers.
Humanitarian organisation improving education
Make kids the smart farmers of tomorrow
We can’t predict the weather. But we can help prepare for it. In rural communities, a pilot project of 150 schools is using climate stations to access weather and soil data to improve local agriculture. This non-profit organisation sells the data to commodity traders to finance more climate station, ultimately connecting 1.3 million schools. Helping 10-year- old children become the smart farmers of tomorrow. To produce more crops and healthier livestock. So their families, communities and the region, don’t just survive but prosper.