Climate Change, Food, and Landscapes: Bulb Show opening lecture
Lectures & Presentations
What we eat, how we manage our landscapes, and how our food is grown have a huge impact on climate change. In fact the food system is responsible for almost a quarter of greenhouse gas emissions – yet it also offers great promise as part of the solution. This presentation will introduce practical steps you can take at many levels: in your garden, in your kitchen, and with the farms and ecosystems in your community. Mitigating climate change also means addressing climate justice and helping farmers around the world adapt to challenging new conditions. Some suggestions will be offered for policies to push for from the local to international levels.
7:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Carroll Room, Campus Center