High-Impact Climate Actions
Seth Wynes compiled 39 sources in our new paper to answer the question: What personal choices make the biggest difference to the climate?
Limited Wine Diversity Limits Climate Resilience
Climate Change in 12 words
The story of a curriculum, & my referenced sign
Winegrape diversity for climate adaptation
Our new paper, led by Lizzie Wolkovich at Harvard, explores the potential for using natural diversity in winegrapes to adapt to a changing climate.
Why I Marched for Science
Facebook Live interview with Lund University on the March for Science, 21 April 2017.
Wine & Climate Change
My article in Scientific American: climate change is changing the taste of wine.
Turning the IPCC into a teaching framework - presentation at Our Common Future Under Climate Change conference
How We Solved Climate Change: A Retrospective from 2050
Voted best keynote of the Öredev conference 2017 by 500 technology thought leaders.
Making Climate Action Personal
Feature article in the Association for Women in Science on individual climate leadership.
My reflections in Scientific American on individual climate action- from our study and in my own life
Top 40 Questions for People & Nature
Our new paper crowdsourced experts to identify the most pressing research questions for a sustainable 21st century.
Uncorking the natural benefits of vineyards
Analyzing how scientists study vineyards, and what we might be missing in understanding benefits from nature.
Rebuilding Somalia: Workshop on Sustainable Development Goals
We led a workshop for 29 entrepreneurs in the Swedish Somali Business Program on how to incorporate the UN Sustainable Development Goals in their business planning.
Seeds of a Good Anthropocene
New paper led by Elena Bennett for Future Earth describing pockets of a sustainable & just future present today.
Water hotspots in Africa
Our new paper in PNAS shows how and where large-scale land acquisitions are driving up the potential for water conflicts in Africa.
Governing forest conservation
How can financial incentives promote forest conservation and poverty alleviation? Our new paper analyzes a REDD+ project in Ecuador.
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