Media Coverage: Food Security
David Lobell moderates discussion Ertharin Cousin.
By Holden Foreman,
David Lobell discusses the connections and misconceptions of climate change and agriculture.
By David L. Chandler,
Satellite data from thousands of high seas fishing vessels over four years illuminate global fishing’s scope and pattern – down to single vessels and hourly activity – and hold promise for improving ocean management across the planet.
Scott Fendorf's new study looks into the connection between farming and greenhouse gas emissions.
By Zhou Xin,
Sanjay Basu is mentioned in study in the correlation between eating habits and personal health care expenditures per year.
By Hilary K. Seligman, Seth A. Berkowitz & Sanjay Basu,
Study by David Lobell is mentioned in correlation to increase C02 emissions in India, stripping away nutritional value of crops such as wheat and rice
By Charu Bahri,
David Lobell is quoted on President Trump's nomination for USDA's Chief scientist
By Amanda Marcotte,
Marshall Burke is quoted discussing research similar to his on the contributing factors that climate change may have in suicide rates in India
By Alexa Liautaud,
Marshall Burke is quoted on research done to improve agricultural in the places needed most
By Joseph Bennington-Castro,
Introduces estimates by Marshall Burke on the monetary cost of pulling out of the Paris Agreement.
By Michelle Jamrisko,
Cites study coauthored by Marshall Burke.
By Paul Wiseman,
Quotes Senior Fellow David Lobell (Earth System Science)
By Amanda Little,
Senior Fellow David Lobell (Earth System Science) comments on the importance of corporate commitments to carbon neutrality
By Jim Salter,
Covers new paper co-authored by Woods Senior Fellows David Lobell (Earth System Science) on using satellites to measure crop yields from space.
Quotes Woods-affiliated postdoctoral scholar Ling Cao (Center on Food Security and the Environment) on how China's aquaculture sector will dramatically affect the availability of seafood across the globe.
By Michael Holtz,
Features new research by Senior Woods Fellow Paul Ehrlich (Biology), who discusses how feeding the planet will require political, economic and social shifts.
By Brian Bienkowski,
Quotes Woods Senior Fellow Giulio De Leo (Biology) and Woods Affiliate Susanne Sokolow on their research using prawns to fight Schistosomiasis in Senegal.
By Jason Bittel,
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