October 10, 2019
10:45 am - 12:00 pm
Room 304-306, 3rd Floor, Lory Student Center

Speakers

  • Georgina Gustin (Moderator) Reporter, InsideClimate News
  • Ben Lilliston (Speaker) Director of Rural Strategies and Climate Change, Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy
  • Keith Paustian (Speaker ) University Distinguished Professor, Department of Soil and Crop Sciences, and Senior Research Scientist, Natural Resource Ecology Lab, Colorado State University
  • Ernie Shea (Speaker ) President, Solutions from the Land

Description

Farmers are on the frontline of climate change, at the mercy of worsening extreme weather. Farms also contribute to the problem as greenhouse gas emitters. And they could help solve it — through practices that could store billions of tons of carbon in the soil. Controlling greenhouse gas emissions requires an all-out effort across industries, yet the American farm hasn’t been deployed into action. Why? This panel explores current problems, including policy failures and agri-business strategies, as well as potential solutions.

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