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GLOBAL FOOD+ 2021
GLOBAL FOOD+ 2021: 40 Speed Talks on Boston area research at the Nexus of Food, Agriculture, Health, Environment, and Society
February 26, 2021

3:00–3:07
Emily Broad, Harvard Law School.
“How to Reduce Food Insecurity and Mitigate Climate Change Amid COVID-19”

3:09–3:16
Julian Agyeman, Tufts University.
“Cultivating Food Justice”

3:18–3:25
Amos Winter, Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
“Making Drip Irrigation Cheaper, Lower-Energy, and Renewable-Powered”

3:27–3:34
Kartini Shastry, Wellesley College.
“The Curse of Plenty: Early Childhood Roots of the Rise in Chronic Disease”

3:36–3:43
Benjamin Siegel, Boston University.
“No Farmers, No Food? Remaking Indian Food after the World’s Largest Protest”

3:45–3:52
Colin Orians, Tufts University.
“Climate and Pests: Building Farmer Resilience”

3:54–4:01
Nina Gheihman, University of California at Berkeley.
“Why Plants are the Key to Fixing Our Broken Food System”

4:03–4:10
Muhammad Zaman, Boston University.
“Measuring the Impact of Conflict on Malnutrition in Yemen: Implications for Policy Interventions”

4:12–4:19
Anastasia Marshak, Tufts University.
“Seasonality of Acute Malnutrition in Eastern Chad: A Story of Two Peaks”

4:21–4:28
Megan McCrory, Boston University.
TBD

Feb 26, 2021 03:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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