Agri-food systems are responsible for 31% of global anthropogenic greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, drive nearly 90% of global deforestation annually, and degrade other important natural habitats such as peatlands and permanent grassland. Additionally, agriculture has led to steep declines in biodiversity caused by expansion of human colonisation and related soil, water and air pollution, which combine to reduce habitats and degrade ecosystems.
FarmOn develops cutting edge AI solutions to accelerate the transition towards regenerative farming.
By providing real-time, accurate, reliable, and verifiable data on sustainable farming practices, FarmOn helps financiers and governments unlock capital for the sustainable transition.
FarmOn is looking for a highly motivated intern to help developing algorithms to recognise sustainable farming practices. Such practices include recognise crop rotations, no tillage or the presence of cover crops on the field.
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