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Cool Agriculture Podcast

6 episodes

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. These episodes explore three areas of shared interest for the United States and China to address GHG emissions from agriculture: soil, rice, and cows.

Soil, the Earth’s “silent climate fighter,” is the largest reservoir of carbon in the terrestrial biosphere, while cows and rice emit methane and nitrous oxide, two climate super-pollutants. In 6 episodes (3 in Chinese, 3 in English), Sustainable Asia’s Marcy Trent Long, Chermaine Lee, and Sam Li sit down with agricultural experts to dig into dirt, banter about bovines, and wade into sticky climate issues with rice. Each episode explores potential solutions to address agriculture’s big carbon footprint and ways the United States and China could work together.

All Episodes

Rice Fields
Podcast
Food and Agriculture
氣候麻「飯」:水稻
34:29October 13, 2023
Pile of soil
Podcast
Food and Agriculture
气候战士:土壤
34:26October 13, 2023
Closeup of a cow
Podcast
China Environment
Cows | A Climate Stomach Ache
29:28May 24, 2023
Rice in front of a field
Podcast
China Environment
Rice|A Sticky Climate Challenge
30:44May 16, 2023
Pile of soil
Podcast
China Environment
Soil|The Silent Climate Fighter
29:13May 3, 2023

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