This podcast series is part of a Wilson Center China Environment Forum and Ohio State University initiative called Cultivating US and Chinese Climate Leadership on Food and Agriculture. The initiative explores the actions both these “food superpowers” are taking to rein in agri-food greenhouse gas emissions and identifies potential areas of mutual learning and collaboration.
Blogs from the China Environment Forum
- Soil’s Key Role in Fighting Climate Change in U.S. and Chinese Agriculture: The Wisdom of Dr. Rattan Lal
- Milking the Dairy Industry for Lower Greenhouse Gas Emissions in China
- Rice: A Recipe for Greenhouse Gas Emissions in the U. S. and China?
- The Forgotten Greenhouse Gas: Nitrous Oxide as an Issue for U.S. and Chinese Agriculture
- Farming Our Future Carbon Neutral Agriculture in the US and China
China Environment Forum Webinars
- Reining in the Methane Hoofprint of Cows in California
- The Blue Planet Turns Green: Algae Fouls Waters as the World Struggles to Grow More Food in a Changing Climate
- Opportunities for Enhanced Near-term U.S.-China Climate Action: The Food System
- Digging into Soil for Food Security and Climate: A Green Tea Chat With Rattan Lal, 2020 World Food Prize Winner
- Mapping China’s Pathway to a Carbon-neutral Food System
- Climate Action Down on the Farm: Food and Climate Nexus Opportunities in China and the US
China Environment Forum
Since 1997, the China Environment Forum's mission has been to forge U.S.-China cooperation on energy, environment, and sustainable development challenges. We play a unique nonpartisan role in creating multi-stakeholder dialogues around these issues. Read more