Adam graduated with a first class in his BSc degree in Economics in London and enrolled in a PhD programme at Imperial College and completed my doctorate in econometrics. After which, he joined FAO as a consultant, specialising in computational aspects of global food security. He has since developed a deep interest in climate change and agriculture, especially on machine-learning for early warning systems in the context of transboundary pest/pathogen detection and control.
Alexander Müller, Swantje Nilsson, Adam Prakash and Elena Lazutkaite
A call to instill and coordinate innovative early warning and outbreak prevention systems both at the global and regional level to increase resilience in times of the climate crisis