Panel: Green Tech Trends
Date: Sunday, August 13th, 2017 from 1:45-3:45 PM
Location: Faneuil Hall, 4 S Market St, Boston, MA 02109
Envision a world with ample, affordable, and healthy food for everyone on the planet, where our local farmers and fishermen have access to insights from spacecraft, wireless networks and machine learning to help make better decisions. This forum showcases the transformative impact of technology on agriculture and aquaculture, taking better care of our crops and animals, informing and engaging consumers, strengthening our societies, and radically rethinking how to feed the planet. Join the conversation to learn what our future looks like, the impact of local startups with global reach and the important role you can play. Our engaging panel of world-renowned academic leaders, technology entrepreneurs and researchers will lead a discussion on new agricultural practices, innovations from around the world, and tech businesses here in Boston.
At the upcoming Boston GreenFest, OPEN is leading a session on GreenTech Trends exploring the growing resource challenges for our burgeoning population and the solutions technology may offer. The session will be hosted by Adil Najam, Dean, The Frederick S. Pardee School of Global Studies.
Boston GreenFest runs from August 11-13 in City Hall Plaza and Faneuil Hall and all events are free.
This panel event is sponsored by