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One in a "Maverick"

We all want to innovate, but is that enough? What if the pace of innovation isn’t fast enough to save us from climate change or worse?

Find out from Scott Amyx of Astor Perkins, how a maverick approach supercharges innovation to another level. Life, food, shelter, and longevity: if you can make it work in the harsh environment of space, there’s a good chance that we can make it work on Earth. Surviving on Earth will require a maverick way.

Following his keynote, Scott was joined by Professor Matthew Gilliham, Director of the Waite Research Institute, University of Adelaide for a fireside chat to “bring space down to earth.” Together they explored how space tech is transforming our world and dares delegates to look at how space can improve our lives here on Earth.

evokeAG. 2023 examined how global agrifood innovation and tech intersect to drive change for our food, farmers, and the natural resources which sustain them. 

Save the date for evokeAG. 2024 on 20-21 February 2024 in Perth, Western Australia. In the meantime catch up on the other conversations about sustainability, climate resilience and the role of agtech in meeting those challenges from evokeAG. 2023 here.

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