panel on panel food and climate change at COP21

COP21 panel on climate-smart food system: slides from speakers

At COP21 the Grantham Centre and the Worldwide Universities Network hosted a panel discussion that brought together scientists and social scientists to look at adapting the global food system as a result of climate change.

The event was called ‘What are the research challenges associated with developing a climate-smart agri-food system?’ It followed the publication of the Grantham Centre’s briefing note on the unfolding global crisis of soil loss.

Lead author Professor Duncan Cameron was one of the speakers at yesterday’s discussion, which was chaired by Grantham Centre Director, Tony Ryan.

Slides from panel on food and climate change

Follow the links to view the slides presented by each speaker.

tim-thumbProfessor Tim Benton – slides (PDF, 504KB)

UK Champion for Global Food Security
University of Leeds

 

steve-thumbProfessor Steve Long FRS – slides (PDF, 1MB)

Institute of Genomic Biology
University of Illinois

 

duncan-thumb Professor Duncan Cameron – slides (PDF, 1.011MB)

P3 / Animal and Plant Sciences
The University of Sheffield

 

debra-thumbProfessor Debra Davidson – slides (PDF, 186KB)

Resource Economics and Environmental Sociology
University of Alberta

 

michelle-thumbProfessor Michelle Holdsworth – slides (PDF, 266KB)

School of Health and Related Research
The University of Sheffield