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Interview: Governments need to build trust in Big Data for agri-environmental policies

Farmers’ confidence will be essential to allow data-sharing

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Big Data allows for a much more accurate and rapid monitoring of the agricultural sector’s environmental impact, but governments need to build trust with farmers and the private sector to access these data in the first place, a farm technology expert has explained.

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