May 2011
Dilution No Solution for Fish Farm Waste
Concentrated waste plumes from fish farms could travel significant distances to reach coastlines, according to a study co-authored by senior fellows Roz Naylor and Jeff Koseff.
The Ocean Tells an Alarming Story about Climate Change, Says Senior Fellow Rob Dunbar
Work Remains in Protecting Monterey Bay, Says Senior Fellow Stephen Palumbi
Sugarcane Biofuel Crops Change the Temperature of Local Climate
Fields of sugarcane lower the air temperature compared with other crops but increase temperatures compared with natural vegetation, according to a study co-authored by fellows David Lobell and Chris Field.
Video: Senior Fellow Chris Field Discusses Climate Change
Soaring Coffee Prices Linked to Climate Change
Senior Fellow Mark Jacobson Discusses Black Carbon, the 'Dark Horse of Climate Change'
Connecting the Dots in Sustainable Aquaculture
On Earth Day 2011, the Woods Institute co-sponsored "Connecting the Dots: The Food, Energy, Water and Climate Nexus,” a symposium on the complex relationships among agriculture, the environment and global politics.
A Bold New Idea for Protecting Nature: Put a Price Tag on It
Video: Boething Lecturer Alan Weisman Discusses 'The World Without Us'
Energy Seminar, Mondays, 4:15-5:15 pm, Huang Engineering Center, NVIDIA Auditorium
Peter Timmer (Harvard University): 'Managing Food Price Volatility,' May 26, 4:00-6:00 pm, Bechtel Conference Center
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