2018 WI Energy and Sustainability Challenge Winners

2018 WI Energy and Sustainability Challenge

Winners of the $5,000 Global Stewards Sustainability Prize were Aaron Olson and Mehrdad Arjmand of “NovoMoto”. Winning second place and $1,000 were Kevin Barnett and Merve Ozen of “Pyran”.

Brazilian road and forest

Gibbs Paper Published in Nature Climate Change

“The role of supply of supply-chain initiatives in reducing deforestation”

Patz TEDxOshkosh

Jonathan Patz Delivers TEDx Oshkosh Talk

"Climate Change is Affecting Our Health. Is There a Cure?"

(GFSAD30) project Image of US

Satellite Data Identifies Feed, Food, Fiber Cropland

NASA Global Food Security-Support Analysis Data (GFSAD30) project creates database of landscape information and identifies growing feed, food, fiber, permanent orchards, distinct from grassland. Mutlu Ozdogan, Co-PI.

Latest News

April 12, 2018
Marin Skidmore and Clare Sullivan awarded Tinker Nave Summer Research Grants
Marin will use the funding to survey cattle ranchers in the Brazilian Amazon and Clare will survey ranchers in Colombia. Congratulations!
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April 10, 2018
Grace Choi Named Weston Fellow for 2018-2019
Grace Choi will be SAGE's Weston Fellow for 2018-2019. Grace is advised by Profs. Tracey Holloway and Jonathan Patz at SAGE. Congratulations, Grace!


Latest Publications

2018 · The Lancet Planetary Health
The Paris Agreement could saves lives in China
AUTHOR(S): Patz, J.A. and J. J. West

2018 · Nature Climate Change
The role of supply-chain initiatives in reducing deforestation
AUTHOR(S): Lambin, E.F., H.K. Gibbs, R. Heilmayr, K.M. Carlson, L.C. Fleck, R.D. Garrett, Y. le Polain de Waroux, C.L. McDermott, D. McLaughlin, P. Newton, C. Nolte, P. Pacheco, L.L. Rausch, C. Streck, T. Thorlakson, and N.F. Walker

2017 · Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (PNAS)
Effect of oil palm sustainability certification on deforestation and fire in Indonesia
AUTHOR(S): Carlson, K.M, R. Heilmayr, H.K. Gibbs, P. Noojipady, D. N. Burns, D. C. Morton, N. F. Walker, G. D. Paoli, and C. Kremen