159 Ichsani Wheeler and Tom Hengl – Open source, satellites and data to know what is happening on our planet

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Ichsani Wheeler and Tom Hengl, two of the greatest scientists behind EnvirometriX and OpenGeoHub, discuss open data and open source solutions and how they will help the world come up with real solutions. They also tackle the crucial role of farmers and data analysis in our transition to a sustainable but profitable regenerative agriculture.
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Terabytes of data are collected by satellites and remote sensing every day, but what is needed to turn those into decisions? How do we look back from 20 to 40 years ago, and how do we make predictions 20 to 40 years into the future? What do we need if we really want to revegetate the Earth with trees, plants, animals, and more life?
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