The World Bank is inviting academics, entrepreneurs, innovators, businesses, universities and nonprofits to apply for its Big Data Innovation Challenge which involves identifying and developing big data solutions that can assist with the process of better understanding climate change impacts, address climate change as a holistic issue and positively influence decision making.
- Food: food security and nutrition
- Landscapes: forestry and watersheds
The Big Data Innovation Challenge is open to Applicants from member countries of the World Bank. Applicants may be individuals, legally established entities (profit or non-profit, academic) and public sector agencies/organizations.
For more information, please visit World Bank Big Data Innovation Challenge website. Closing date is 9 November 2016.