The newly published research in GeoHealth, “Estimating the Health-Related Costs of 10 Climate-Sensitive U.S. Events During 2012″ was covered by Wisconsin Public Radio and featured fellow SAGE alum Megan Christenson speaking to the Wisconsin trends.
Just published in Sustainability Science – “Research and Policy Priorities for Edible Insects” by Valerie Stull and Jonathan Patz.
The title of the grant is “Characterizing compliance in cattle supply chains: What factors encourage deforestation-free production in the Brazilian Amazon?”
The Loka Initiative is a new education and outreach program at the University of Wisconsin–Madison for faith leaders and religious institutions.
“Folks can easily see and understand how tropical deforestation removes carbon from the landscape and emits it to the atmosphere as carbon dioxide,” says Seth Spawn of the University of Wisconsin–Madison
Grace has been an MS student in the Nelson Institute Environment & Resources and a student in the Energy Analysis and Policy Program, and she is the 2018-2019 SAGE Weston Fellow, and a recipient of a 2018 Global Health Institute Award.
Holly Gibbs’ work was featured on p. 20 in “Fueling Discovery”, a multi-page feature highlighting work in UW-Madison’s College of Letters and Sciences.
Jonathan Patz presented the Tyler Prize for Environmental Achievement to Dr. Michael Mann.
Amintas Brandao Jr. was awarded Arthur B. Sacks Award for Graduate Excellence in Environmental Studies and Sustainability!
Seth was just awarded a prestigious National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowship (GRF) for his work on “Finding space for diversification in US agriculture.”