CLIFF-GRADS students participated in a series of webinars to share their research and build capaciy. Please find links to a video recording of each session and individual presentations below.
Session 1: Using modeling, life-cycle assessment, and trade-off analysis to understand low emission options (May 9, 2019)
- Meryl Richards: What is low emissions development? And is it achievable?
- Abubakar Halilu Girei: More rice, less water and less greenhouse gas emissions in Colombia
- Ridha Ibidhi: Optimising environmental efficiency of dairy intensification strategies for delivery of milk and beef in Costa Rica
- Sebastián Vangeli: Data requirement to develop higher Tier N2O emissions inventory
- Yohannes Gelan Regassa: Preliminary experimental results of different water and nutrient management practices for narrowing maize yield gap in Ethiopia
Session 2: Direct measurement approaches to investigating mitigation options in livestock systems (May 15, 2019)
- Florencia Garcia: What is the effect of inhibiting methane production in the rumen on nitrogen use efficiency?
- María De Bernardi: Evaluation of GHG in pastures with foliar N fertilizers
- Banira Lombardi: Can pasture type influence nitrous oxide emissions from cattle manure?
- Meryl Richards: Introduction and tips for writing and publishing journal articles
Session 3: Mitigating climate change through reduced food loss and waste (July 9, 2019)
- Lini Wollenberg: Introduction to CCAFS and CGIAR: Why food loss and waste?
- Jan Broeze: The Food Loss and Waste Calculator and how it can be used to mitigate climate change
- Student presentations by Tabitha Nindi (Purdue University), Norah Machinjiri (Haramaya University, Ethiopia), Li Xue (University of Southern Denmark), Xia Liang (The University of Melbourne), and Daniele Matzembacher (UFRGS, Brazil)