How it works
We use process-based simulation models combined with remote sensing such as satellite imagery and machine learning to estimate real time food supply, demand and trade for all major crops.
We track - monthly - the impact of weather volatility on the current food system, the stocks, the production and the demand, and any changes in the amount of water needed for crop production.
Our Climate-Food Security Risk Index is based on a combination of current conditions and production forecasts, and attributes the impact of weather. The risk index can be tailored to specific commodities or regions.
We provide ongoing monitoring of changes in resource use and rates of development, comparing these against projections of future water and food demand.