Climate Change

How Can Agriculture Be a Part of the Climate Solution?

January 10, 2020
Professor Benjamin Houlton, director of the John Muir Institute of the Environment and champion of the One Climate Initiative says carbon farming is the key to help solve climate change. His mission is to counteract a simple, startling fact: A single carbon dioxide molecule remains in the atmosphere for more than 100 years, locking us into climate change in the future.

Dialogues and Discourse

Science and the Social License

The world’s population is expanding, food demands are rising, and climate risks are becoming more disruptive.

United Nations Day

The Sacramento Chapter of the United Nations Association of the United States (UNA-USA) invites climate experts to present on the current fight against climate change and the steps that NGOs, local and world governments have taken (or haven't) to address this climate disaster in the making.

  • Davis and Sacramento
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The nitrogen dilemma: can we reduce fertilisers and still feed the world?

October 16, 2019
Excessive use of nitrogen-based fertilisers is contributing to numerous environmental problems, but a more balanced approach is necessary if the world’s growing population is to be fed. The global nitrogen challenge therefore involves both reducing fertiliser use, and getting it to where it’s needed most.