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?
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
Interview with Öredev host Ben Ward - a sneak preview of my keynote lecture on 9 November 2017.
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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