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Environmental Science and Engineering Seminar

Wednesday, January 18, 2023
4:00pm to 5:00pm
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South Mudd 365
Climate mitigation and adaptation solutions to food, energy, and water systems
Lorenzo Rosa, Carnegie Institution for Science at Stanford,

Climate change mitigation and adaptation are essential to avert extreme impacts from global warming. Dr. Rosa will show his recent research that aims to assess the potential benefits and unintended climate and environmental consequences of innovations engineered to adapt and mitigate climate change. Specifically, in this talk, Dr. Rosa will focus on i) how to adapt agriculture to water scarcity under global warming; and ii) how sustainable biomass feedstocks can mitigate climate change via bio-energy production and carbon dioxide removal.

For more information, please contact Bronagh Glaser by email at [email protected] or visit Environmental Science and Engineering.