Presentations

[Video] When are Changes in Land Use Truly Good for the Climate?, at C-PREE, Princeton University, Monday, February 25, 2019

David Bradford Seminar on Energy and Environmental Policy
Center for Policy Research on Energy and the Environment, Princeton School of Public and International Affairs

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Most analyses project increased global demand for food by 50% or more by 2050 while climate stabilization strategies require no net expansion and many require hundreds of millions of hectares of reforestation.  Because land area is fixed...

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[Video] Meat, Milk, Climate Change and Habitats: Strategies for Mitigating Greenhouse Gas and Biodiversity Impacts of Rising Demand for Beef and Milk, at C-PREE, Princeton University, Monday, February 8, 2016

David Bradford Seminar on Energy and Environmental Policy
Center for Policy Research on Energy and the Environment, Princeton School of Public and International Affairs

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Cows, sheep and goats generate roughly half of all agricultural greenhouse gas emissions, and their increased production leads to more than half of all land use change with resulting impacts on both carbon and biodiversity. Global demand for milk is on...

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