A new study published in the journal Environmental Science and Policy addresses the impacts of COVID-19 and Cyclone Harold on Indo-Fijians engaged in small scale fisheries.
- Environmental Science & Policy
Research highlights shrub willow's ability to store carbon, provide ecosystem services, and adapt to different geographical regions.
- Agronomy Journal
- United States Department of Agriculture's National Institute of Food and Agriculture, NEWBio project
Warm river habitats appear to play a larger than expected role supporting the survival of cold-water fish, such as salmon and trout.
- Nature Climate Change
Palm oil is the most important source of vegetable oil in the world, but keeping up with demand has threatened fragile ecosystems. A four-year research project in Indonesia, led by a Nebraska agronomist and supported by a $4 million grant from the Norwegian Ministry of Affairs, suggests that improved management practices have the potential to significantly increase palm oil yields without converting more land into production.
- Nature Sustainability
- Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Twenty years ago, a Stanford-led analysis sparked controversy by highlighting fish farming's damage to ocean fisheries. Now a follow-up study takes stock of the industry's progress and points to opportunities for sustainable growth. Watch related video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DG_nl7-naYo
- Center on Food Security and the Environment at Stanford University
Tobacco smoke-exposed children utilize emergency and urgent care services more often than unexposed children, which contributes to a large toll on the nation's health care system, says research led by the University of Cincinnati.
- PLoS ONE