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Climate Change and Midwestern Food-Energy-Water Systems

May. 31, 2022
Water drop. Photo: Pixabay

A team of scientists from The Ohio State University will address how they expect climate change to influence food-energy-water systems in the Midwest at the upcoming 2022 Annual Conference of the Global Council for Science and the Environment.

On June 21 starting at 12:30 EDT Dr. Robyn Wilson will engage the audience on the topic of Climate and Resilience in Midwestern Food-Energy-Water Systems and how policy and decision makers might intervene to increase sustainability and resilience. Read more about the flash talk.

Dr. Wilson is a behavioral decision scientist in the School of Environment and Natural Resources at Ohio State and focuses on adaptation to climate-exacerbated hazards, and what motivates and constrains different land use and land management decisions on private and public lands. 

The virtual conference is June 21-24, 2022. Access the full agenda and registration.