Digitalization in agriculture: a G20 policy framework for an equitable and environmentally sustainable transition

To enhance the environmental and social wellbeing of the agricultural sector, digitalization can function as a catalyst. That is, a just transition aspires for efficiency, global economic inclusiveness, reduction of the environmental footprint and greater resilience against global shocks (whether due to climate change or geopolitical conflicts) among others.

How can the G20 facilitate a just transition that speeds up innovation, addresses all G20 countries equally, involves vulnerable groups and takes data governance issues into account?

The Center for Transdisciplinary and Sustainability Sciences (IPB University), as the host of Task Force 4, together with the Smart City & Community Innovation Center (Institut Teknologi Bandung), as the host of Task Force 2, with the support of the Global Solutions Initiative Foundation, invites experts to discuss policy solutions in this multistakeholder forum.

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