Workshop

Food System Impacts of Pests & Pathogens in a Changing Climate

calendar
Aug 18th, 2019 - Aug 23rd, 2019
location
Aspen

Our objective in this workshop is to generate new fields of empirical research on methods and societal impacts by extending our work on pests and pathogens along the following possible lines:

Explore a wide range of pests and pathogens (e.g., insects, weeds, fungi, diseases) that are predicted to become most problematic to global food crop and aquaculture production under conditions of climate change.

Explore pest-predator dynamics associated with climate change.

Explore different methods of measuring food system impacts from pests and pathogens, including model, experimental, and other empirical approaches.

Explore the management implications of increased pest and pathogen loads, and the related impacts of these strategies on societal health. Management includes the use of pesticides, agronomic and agro-ecological approaches, and genetic host-plant resistance techniques.

Funding Partners

Agenda

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Day 1August 19, 2019

11:35 am The Global View of Climate Change and Predicted Pest/Pathogen Pressures

4:10 pm Incorporating Biological Control into Pest Pressure Projections

4:45 pm Co-chairs Lead Break-out Group in Initial Reflections on Key Priorities and Opportunities Identified

Organizers

David S Battisti

University of Washington
Tamaki Chair of Atmospheric Sciences
starEvent Co-Chair

Curtis Deutsch

Princeton University
starEvent Co-Chair

Rosamond Lee Naylor

Stanford University
William Wrigley Professor of Earth System Science & Sr. Fellow and Founding Director, Center on Food Security and Environment
starEvent Co-Chair

Pamela Ronald

University of California, Davis
Professor
starEvent Co-Chair

Josh Tewksbury

starEvent Co-Chair

Attendees

University of Exeter
Senior Lecturer
International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center (CIMMYT)
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Professor
University of Idaho
Professor
International Centre of Insect Physiology and Ecology
Director of Research and Partnerships
McGill University
PhD candidate
International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center (CIMMYT)
University of Wyoming
Professor
Pontifical Catholic University of Chile (PUC)
Assistant Professor
University of Colorado, Boulder
Assistant Professor
Univeristy of Twente
Prof
Cornell University
James Hutton Institute
Senior Research Leader
Centre for Agriculture and Bioscience International (CABI)
PW Knowledge Bank Coordinator Africa
National Agricultural Research Organization
National Agricultural Research Organization
Dr.
CIAT
Climate Impacts Scientist
University of Tennessee
Assistant Professor
University of Southern Queensland
Associate Professor of Field Crops Pathology
University of Arizona
Regents' Professor & Department Head
WorldFish
Scientist & Impact Area Lead

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