Geography 2050 STL
June 1st, 2023
This is an all-day event
Feeding Our Future Planet
Are you interested in the future of agriculture and how geospatial technology is impacting the way we feed the planet? Then don't miss out on Geography 2050 STL: Feeding Our Future Planet, a special edition of the Geography 2050 symposia series taking place on June 1 at the University of Missouri - St. Louis.
The Object Computing team members will be present in GreaterSTL's booth, and Allan Trapp will be giving a lightning talk you won't want to miss.
This symposium is a continuation of the Geography 2050 series, which aims to bring attention to the important issues facing our world today. With a specific focus on food and agriculture, this event will be a critical opportunity to explore the intersection of geospatial technology and agriculture, and how we can use technology to tackle the challenges of feeding a growing global population.
The event will also feature a workshop for teachers from Missouri and surrounding states on the morning of Friday, June 2, offering a valuable opportunity for educators to learn about the latest developments in geospatial technology and how it can be used in the classroom.
Whether you're a seasoned professional, a newcomer to the field, or an educator looking to stay up-to-date on the latest trends and technologies, this event is not to be missed. We invite businesses, organizations, and individuals to support this important discussion and to join us as we work towards a better future for our planet.
For more information on this exciting event, visit https://www.geography2050.org/.
See you there!