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AI for Nature: From Science to Impact

Computation has fundamentally changed the way we study nature. New data collection technology, such as GPS, high-definition cameras, Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs), genotyping, and crowdsourcing, are generating data about the natural world that are orders of magnitude richer than any previously collected. AI can turn these data into a high-resolution information source about living organisms and the planet’s biodiversity, enabling scientific inquiry, conservation, and policy decisions. The talk will introduce a new field of science, imageomics, and present a vision and examples of AI as a trustworthy partner both in science and biodiversity conservation, discussing opportunities and challenges.
Public Lecture
July 30, 2024

Climate change is coming for hospitals

Thousands of hospitals are at risk of shutting down due to an extreme weather event. Experts say it’s time to adapt.
Kaitlin Sullivan
July 11, 2024
Sea turtle and colorful fish swim amidst coral in Australia's Great Barrier Reef

Climate Crisis and Emotional Responses: Insights for Effective Communication

Authors of a recent study on climate change communication tested the hypothesis that people will be more likely to act when they believe a particular…

Sarah Spengeman, PhD
Deputy Communications Director, Crux Alliance

Research Review
June 29, 2024

Why Food Systems Hold the Key to Reversing Climate Change and Biodiversity Loss

Feeding 10 billion people sustainably by 2050 while conserving nature and addressing climate change is humanity’s greatest challenge. Almost a billion people worldwide experience food insecurity, while an estimated 40% of all food produced is lost or wasted. At the same time, food and agriculture are the main drivers of biodiversity loss globally, constituting a significant source of greenhouse gas emissions, with a large climate impact.
Public Lecture
June 4, 2024
Aerial view of city with high-rise buildings in background, smaller residential houses in midground, and agricultural fields in foreground

Building food system resilience through urban agriculture

Emerging research sheds light on common challenges and solutions to preserving the resilience that urban and peri-urban agriculture affords our food systems.
By Devan Crane
Research Review
May 31, 2024

Innovative paths to collaborative impact: Assessing engaged research

Engaged research can help ensure that the evidence generated by research transforms from potentially useful to actually usable. But more evidence is needed about the conditions and components that allow engaged research to deliver impact and improved outcomes across a range of sectors.
By Liz Carver
AGCI Insight
May 30, 2024