Check out the speakers you can listen to and talk about ideas with at the Scarlet, Gray and Green Fair, set for Saturday, April 23, at the CFAES Wooster Campus …
Agriculture can play a key role in limiting climate change, says a new report by the U.N Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. The lead author of the report’s agriculture section was CFAES researcher Brent Sohngen.
Read about Sohngen’s work on the report. (Photo: Getty Images.)
“Food waste is one of the greatest sources of greenhouse gas emissions, and it’s something that nearly everyone can address in their daily lives.”
Ohio State’s 2022 signature Earth Day event, “Time to Act on Climate Change,” takes place Wednesday, April 20, at 6 p.m. in the Ohio Union’s US Bank Conference Theater in Columbus. You also can watch live on YouTube. The event, its website says, will highlight “efforts underway in Ohio and beyond to mitigate and adapt to climate change.”
Individualized coaching coupled with an app for tracking could help families greatly reduce some types of food waste, in turn helping combat climate change.
That’s a finding from a recent study co-led by Brian Roe, holder of CFAES’ Fred N. VanBuren Professorship in Farm Management.
Read the full story. (Photo: Getty Images.)
Washington Post, Feb. 24, 2022; featuring Kerry Ard, CFAES School of Environment and Natural Resources (SENR)
NPR, Feb. 20, 2022; spin-off from research by Richard Dick, SENR
Columbus Dispatch, Feb. 6, 2022; Ohio State research cited
Mirage News, Feb. 3, 2022; Ohio State researchers included