The University of California, Davis and the California Department of Conservation will hold a day-long symposium on Monday, September 10 entitled “Managing Lands in a Changing Climate to Improve Agricultural Resiliency, Food Security and Health”. The event is affiliated with the Global Climate Action Summit event which runs from September 12-14 in San Francisco.
The symposium has four goals: Share models of success that emphasize integrated approaches to inspire innovation and action. Identify innovative strategies and actions that have the greatest promise to promote agricultural resiliency, food security, and health in a changing climate. Connect with fellow symposium participants in support of deepening and expanding networks, inspiring creative thinking and pioneering partnerships. Inspire commitments to creating change through managing land and resource use in innovative ways, with a long-term view to sustaining ecosystem and agricultural services as well as population and planetary health outcomes.
Click here to register for this interactive, action focused event as space is limited. The deadline for ‘lightning talks’ and posters is July 29. #GCAS2018
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