Agriculture

Marc Sadler on Climate, Food and Unstable Markets
Marc Sadler on Climate, Food and Unstable Markets
The George Washington University
Marc Sadler and Barbara Ekwall give us an in-depth look at what climate-smart technology we need to fund and deploy to keep feeding the planet.  
Communicating Science
Graphic Designer, Planet Forward
Scientists generate a ton of great research on food, agriculture and climate. But, sometimes, it never gets to the public. Where's the disconnect?
The George Washington University
“Climate-Smart Agriculture,” or CSA, is a popular term right now, but what exactly does it mean? The United Nations recently declared it necessary for our future food security, and now the term is starting to pop up everywhere on the agriculture and... Read More
Climate Smart Agriculture
Graphic Designer, Planet Forward
We know we have to change the way we produce food to adapt to climate change, and Climate Smart Agriculture is the way the UN is suggesting - but what exactly is it?
The Pennsylvania State University
A group of Penn State students led by Assistant Professor of Biology Charles Anderson is exploring ways to make plants hardier, boosting world food supplies in the process. The project, called Fast Farming: Feeding a Hot, Dry World, uses a genetic... Read More
George Washington University
In my community and home state of California, we use a technique called dry farming to make agriculture more sustainable.  We grow olives and grapes using dry farming because it helps to improve the quality of the fruit.  By not irrigating, we... Read More
Planet Forward, The George Washington University School of Media and Public Affairs
A Readout from Planet Forward’s Salon on Women, Climate Change & Agriculture
Rain, runoff and the changing climate - our regional levels of precipitation will change by the 2040s.
Planet Forward, George Washington University School of Media and Public Affairs
Rain, runoff and the changing climate - our regional levels of precipitation will change by the 2040s.
Women and Agriculture
Graphic Designer, Planet Forward
Women are vital to agriculture, but are not given the same access to land or resources as men. Check out the stats on how women could help feed the planet.
Increasing carbon dioxide is one of the biggest contributors to climate change, and it directly affects agricultural production.
Planet Forward, George Washington University School of Media and Public Affairs
Increasing carbon dioxide is one of the biggest contributors to climate change, and it directly affects agricultural production.

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