Climate change, biodiversity loss, and disease emergence are the most pressing environmental challenges of our time. While the pairwise interactions between climate, biodiversity and disease are well documented, we lack a framework that integrates all three and that recognizes the powerful positive and negative feedbacks between them.
This symposium will illustrate recent findings on mechanisms that connect climate change, biodiversity, and disease across multiple disciplines.
Global change at the nexus of climate, biodiversity and disease
Date: August 8th, 2022 | 9:00 - 5:00
Place: Peter Wall Institute for Advanced Studies, Seminar room
For more information contact Alaina Pfenning-Butterworth
This is a series of talks and discussions with invited guest speakers:Drs. Lauren Buckley (UW), Allan Carroll (UBC), John Drake (UGA), John Gittleman (UGA), Claire Kremen (UBC),Patrick Stephens (OSU), and more, which we hope will inspire the integration of research disciplines to better understand global chang