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Connecting the Dots 2011 Presentations

Faculty Presentations:

The Global Food Challenge (pdf)
Roz Naylor, Program on Food Security and the Environment, Woods Institute for the Environment

The Food-Energy Nexus (pdf)
Chris Field, Carnegie Institution Department of Global Ecology

The Food-Climate Nexus (pdf)
David Lobell, Program on Food Security and the Environment, Woods Institute for the Environment

The Food-Water Nexus (pdf)
Buzz Thompson, Woods Institute for the Environment

The Food-Security Nexus (pdf)
Mariano-Florentino, Cuellar, Center for International Security and Cooperation, Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies

Tutorials:

Pumping it up: investigating and controlling groundwater depletion (pdf)
Rebecca Nelson, Law School; Vanessa Mitchell and Jessica Reeves, Geophysics

What are local foods and what are they good for? (pdf)
Therese Costello, Earth Systems Program

Whose sustainability? The real inputs and impacts of grass-fed and grain-fed beef (pdf)
Chris Fedor and Kate Hyder, Earth Systems Program

How much energy does it take to make your meal? Understanding the energy inputs into the food system at different scales (pdf)
Jennifer Burney, Program on Food Security and the Environment

Tuna or tilapia? Food security and environmental implications of aquaculture (pdf)
Andrew Gerhart and Dane Klinger, Earth Systems Program

The Full Monty: Revealing the social and environmental costs and benefits of agriculture (pdf)
Heather Tallis, Natural Capital Project