CMS PhD candidate Rich Cottrell’s research highlighted in University of Tasmania article

Recent published paper on “Food production shocks across land and sea” by PhD student Rich Cottrell and CMS researchers in Nature Sustainability, was highlighted in an UTAS News article. To read whole article please go to the following link: http://www.media.utas.edu.au/general-news/all-news/extreme-weather-and-geopolitics-major-drivers-of-increasing-food-shocks    

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Linking science to action to build food secure and climate adapted Pacific Island Communities

By Christopher Cvitanovic Climate change is a major threat to food security in Pacific Island countries, with declines in food production and increasing variability in food supplies already evident across the region.  Such impacts have already led to observed adverse consequences for human health, safety and economic prosperity.  Enhancing the adaptive…

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