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Roundtable workshop - the tools required for agricultural supply chain man...
Wed 22 March 2017, 15:00 – 17:00 GMT
As the digital world evolves there are opportunities for increasing supply chain efficiencies and managing soil, water and habitats in a more targeted manner. This is an area in which we are growing in our understanding but have not yet optimised the benefits. Supply chains are not set up to understand catchment level impacts and there is no common understanding of what good looks like.
This roundtable discussion will involve key decision-makers, using case-study examples and shared experience, to look at how businesses in the food and drinks supply chain can cooperate pre-competitively on environmental data.
- Can supply chain management be understood at a landscape level through existing data management systems?
- Would common metrics for water, soil and habitats support supply chain management? Is it possible to set these metrics at a farm or landscape level?
- What are the recommendations of this group?