UVM Community Development and Applied Economics Professor Asim Zia was a key organizer for a United Nations 2023 Water Conference “side event,” held on March 23 in New York City. Zia was also a keynote speaker for this event entitled, The Integrative Highland to Ocean (H2O) Action for Disappearing Deltas: Towards a UN Convention on Conserving River Deltas. Continue reading “Zia a Key Organizer and Keynote Presenter for UN Convention on Conserving River Deltas”
A Reuters article on how climate change is impacting the maple sugaring season cites research from the Proctor Maple Research Center and features expert commentary from PMRC Director Tim Perkins. Continue reading “CALS in the News-March 2023”
Extension Professor Ike Leslie offers comments on the challenges faced by LGBTQ farmers in this article from Wisconsin Public Radio.
VTDigger picked up Nexus News Media story on how mobile home communities are grappling with impacts of climate change, which features comments from Kelly Hamshaw. Continue reading “CALS in the News-January 2023”
UVM Professor of Public Policy and Computer Science Asim Zia has a mission to create global collaborations with countries to protect fresh water resources. Continue reading “Getting Past Handshaking to Life-Saving Action on Climate Change”
Between December 5 and 9 of 2022, a coalition of organizations including UVM’s Agroecology & Livelihoods Collaborative (soon to be the Institute for Agroecology) headed to Montreal to participate in the 15th meeting of the Conference of the Parties to the UN Convention on Biological Diversity (COP15, for short). Continue reading “Centering Agroecology in the Conservation of Biodiversity at COP15”