From Knowledge Embedded Technologies to Knowledge Intensive Technologies

  • From

    CGIAR Independent Science and Partnership Council (ISPC)

  • Published on

    23.01.19

  • Challenges

    Food Security

“The way I see CGIAR evolving is to become a knowledge broker and to partner very strategically with all of the other organizations that are now also playing in that space”.

In this video interview, Holger Meinke, Head, School of Land and Food; Director, Tasmanian Institute of Agriculture (TIA), University of Tasmania, explains the importance of knowledge intensive technologies and strategic partnerships as CGIAR looks ahead to position itself in a changing world where issues of sustainability, nutrition and social engagement are becoming increasingly important.