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
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
Aligning our plates & research
Celebrating a vegetarian conference, and urging sustainability scientists to walk the talk
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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