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Webinar - Soybean Climate Resilience: from Beans to Biofuel

Droughts in Brazil are impacting soybean yields, which could be down by over 10 million metric tons in 2024. How would predictive AI-driven insights from our ClimateLens platform have helped to provide growers and sourcing professionals actionable insights to mitigate risk and uncover opportunity in the face of climate volatility?

Featured Speakers:
Laila Salimi
Agriculture Solutions
Dave Farnham, PhD
Lead Innovation Scientist

Webinar Highlights:

[1:10 Mins] ClimateAi Provides More Than Forecasts

In this short video, Laila explains how ClimateAi provides more than just data to help our customers ensure a climate resilient food system.

[2:03 Mins] ClimateAi Mato Grasso Hindcast

In this short video, Dave explains how ClimateAi's models performed when forecasting Heat and Low Precipitation for Mato Grasso.

[1:49 Mins] Downscaling Forecasts Using Weather Stations

In this short video, Dave explains how using personal weather stations can help to downscale probabilistic forecasts and the improvements we've seen in working with our partners' weather stations.

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