AGCI makes publicly accessible thousands of video presentations, research publications, and other resources from our workshops and projects. Use the search and filter options below to explore the resource library.

Dust Bowl redux?

Extreme shifts in weather patterns are altering how crops grow and endangering U.S. harvests and food security. In this piece for Yale Climate Connections, Energy Innovation's Daniel J. O'Brien and AGCI's Devan Crane explore how crop modeling and smart policies can help.
By Daniel J. O'Brien Devan Crane
September 1, 2023

Spring’s early bloom: Farmers’ adaptations and keeping crop models in sync

Climate change-induced warmer temperatures are causing many plants in temperate climates to exhibit spring behavior. This change in the timing of plant development produces ripple effects that impact health, culture, livelihoods, and food security. New research is increasing our understanding of plant phenology and allowing for informed decision-making and adaptation strategies.
By Devan Crane Emily Jack-Scott
Research Review
May 31, 2023

Why the food system is the next frontier in climate action

Virtually all paths to a net-zero-emissions food system rely on consumers in high-income countries shifting to a more plant-forward diet. Energy Innovation's Daniel J. O'Brien and AGCI's Devan Crane explore emerging research on how food producers and consumers, as well as policymakers, can tackle food system emissions in this piece for Yale Climate Connections.
By Daniel J. O'Brien Devan Crane
April 20, 2023

Reducing food system emissions, one bite at a time

Emerging research is beginning to shed light on actions that consumers and producers alike can take to reduce food system impacts on the climate. Emissions are generated at every stage of the food system, from the production on farm to the food you scrape off your plate.
By Emily Jack-Scott Devan Crane
Research Review
February 28, 2023

Human health in the age of climate change: Disease, nutrition, and access at a crossroads

Studies show climate events can have catastrophic consequences for human health including the spread of disease vectors and contaminated food or drinking water supplies, but new research is identifying ways to reduce the risks.
By Emily Jack-Scott
Research Review
September 29, 2022
Sheep in pasture in front of solar panel array

How “agrivoltaics” can provide more benefits than agriculture and solar photovoltaics separately

Recent research evaluates how agrivoltaics -- co-locating solar electricity generation and agricultural production -- may achieve sustainable energy and food goals while possibly reducing local opposition to solar energy deployment.

By Aspen Global Change Institute Staff

Research Review
October 18, 2021
Workshop Presentation
August 23, 2019
Workshop Presentation
August 22, 2019