Faculty and scholars from the Center on Food Security and the Environment are delivering three major lectures this week around the U.S. and the world, on a wide range of food security topics.
On Tuesday, October 14, FSE deputy director David Lobell will speak to an audience of employees of Cargill, in Minneapolis, on the impacts of climate change on agriculture.
On Wednesday, October 15, FSE director Roz Naylor will speak on Aquaculture's Role in Fisheries, Food Security and the Environment at the Academia Engelberg 13th Diaglogue on Science in Engelberg, Switzerland. This year's conference targets global food insecurity. A video recording of Naylor's lecture will be available shortly after the conference.
On Thursday, October 16, FSE research scholar Bill Burke will participate in a panel on Food, Water and Security at the University of Pennsylvania Wharton School of Business's Lauder Institute