Making Climate Action Personal
My reflections in Scientific American on individual climate action- from our study and in my own life
Limiting Global Warming Will be Hard, but Hardly Impossible
Op-ed after the Paris Agreement on what's next for science
Preserving Wines as Climate Changes
Article in Scientific American summarizing a decade of my research in the field.
Scientists & Climate Action
Early-Career Scientists in Policy
Post for the Science Advice to Governments conference
Understanding Farmer Decisionmaking
Farmers feed the world. How do they think about and cope with a changing world? Summary of our paper to find out
Storytelling for Science
Guest post for COMPASS on personal stories for science.
Live from the Paris Agreement
Scientists assess the 1.5° target, negative emissions, and the path to zero the day before the final Paris Agreement.
Climate extremes & wheat and maize yields
Summary of our research paper on what a more extreme climate means for feeding the world.
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