Mapping Imported Food Supply Chains to Identify Climate Change-Related Health Risks
Countries need the right data & data management strategies to mitigate threats to food security caused by climate change.
This project seeks to map the supply chain of imported perishable foods, develop a dashboard of food security indicators & explore uses of Blockchain to track & identify hazards & risks to a country’s imported food supply.
|Climate Change, Data Science|
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