At a time when flooding is overtaking many parts of the world, millions of people in Africa are going hungry when croplands, livestock and infrastructure are inundated. But the results are complicated.
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Regenerative agriculture is one way to farm more sustainably. The Farm Bill, up for renewal in 2023, could play a key role in helping this solution come to fruition.
The virtual training in May will provide an overview of pressing issues related to agricultural investments and introduce practical skills.
The Columbia Climate School’s International Research Institute for Climate and Society celebrated its 25th anniversary in an event on September 16.
Government-subsidized electricity has played a big role in pumping out groundwater for irrigation at an unsustainable rate. Changing the system could help, say researchers.
The networked approach taken by World Food Prize Laureate Cynthia Rosenzweig shows a path to progress in facing rapid climate and societal change.
We switched to deploying our equipment for imaging faults and the structure beneath the surface to tea gardens to get away from power lines and buried the cables to protect them from gnawing foxes.
As we continued our geophysical measurements, we had to deal with heavy rains, flooding fields, and rats and foxes biting our cables. Many cables were broken soon after sunset, ruining the measurements.
The award recognizes her pioneering work in modeling the impact of climate change on food production worldwide.