In Uganda, 82% of the population makes a living by farming, but the country still needs to import food to feed its citizens. In comparison, 2% of U.S. workers are employed in agriculture, but food is exported on a consistent basis. Climate Prosperity is trying to solve these kinds of inefficiencies all over the world, and wants your help in finding the right solutions. Read more about Climate Prosperity
Explain the steps you would take to tackle this agriculture problem described in the brief. Specifically describe how you plan to improve efficiency without sacrificing the jobs of the 82% currently employed by farming.
|Top 5 share $1,000|
|$200.00||Patrick Liu Pomona College|
|$200.00||Pamudh Kariyawasam Uc Berkeley|
|$200.00||Michael Teng California Institute of Technology|
|$200.00||Jonathan Padilla Harvard University|
|$200.00||Nicholas Wu University of California at Berkeley|