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Last week, aWhere’s CTO, Stewart Collis, and Director of Customer Resource Center, Randy Jeske, traveled to Senegal to run a workshop educating students on incorporating the aWhere Platform into project proposals.

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Central America, one of the world’s most vulnerable regions, is no stranger to climate change. Small scale farmers from Mexico through Panama are facing challenges as weather patterns change and extreme weather events become more common.

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2013 was a big year for agriculture. Global discussions have shifted due to the realities of climate change, which are already impacting small scale farmers throughout the world. Innovative solutions to drive agricultural intensification and to support small scale farmers in their efforts to keep up with a growing population are in high demand.

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At this year’s UN climate talks in Warsaw, agriculture, once again, struggled to find its voice. While there is insurmountable evidence that global food security will be threatened by climate change, agriculture was shunted aside, while negotiators focused on what they deemed to be larger climate related issues.

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Precipitation plays an important role in agriculture; this is especially true in developing countries, where rain fed agriculture is the dominant form of food production

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Last week, Maplecroft’s 2014 Climate Change Vulnerability Index was released, detailing the countries and regions facing the greatest threat from climate change.

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