GLOBAL FOOD+ 2021: 40 Speed Talks on Boston area research at the Nexus of Food, Agriculture, Health, Environment, and Society
February 26, 2021
Emily Broad, Harvard Law School.
“How to Reduce Food Insecurity and Mitigate Climate Change Amid COVID-19”
Julian Agyeman, Tufts University.
“Cultivating Food Justice”
Amos Winter, Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
“Making Drip Irrigation Cheaper, Lower-Energy, and Renewable-Powered”
Kartini Shastry, Wellesley College.
“The Curse of Plenty: Early Childhood Roots of the Rise in Chronic Disease”
Benjamin Siegel, Boston University.
“No Farmers, No Food? Remaking Indian Food after the World’s Largest Protest”
Colin Orians, Tufts University.
“Climate and Pests: Building Farmer Resilience”
Nina Gheihman, University of California at Berkeley.
“Why Plants are the Key to Fixing Our Broken Food System”
Muhammad Zaman, Boston University.
“Measuring the Impact of Conflict on Malnutrition in Yemen: Implications for Policy Interventions”
Anastasia Marshak, Tufts University.
“Seasonality of Acute Malnutrition in Eastern Chad: A Story of Two Peaks”
Megan McCrory, Boston University.