Adam holds a BSc degree in Economics in London and a PhD in econometrics from Imperial College London. After graduation, 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.
Wim Mullié, Adam Prakash, Alexander Müller, Elena Lazutkaite
New research exposes the devastating environmental impact of organophosphate pesticides in recent campaigns against desert locust invasions by Ethiopia and Kenya and calls for smarter and more sustainable early warning and action systems
Alexander Müller, Adam Prakash, Elena Lazutkaite, Mark Davis, Ahmed Amdihun and Jully Ouma
Paving the way forward for improved crisis governance
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