Very pleased to announce the open-access publication of the first two chapters of my dissertation in Yale University’s Journal of Industrial Ecology, here and here.
In other news, our earlier work has been cited in an op-ed highlighting the potential climate benefits of perennial crop production in California, a facet of the climate-water-agriculture nexus that is too often passed over in favor of water consumption histrionics (Mother Jones, looking in your direction…. just saying…).
IMPORTANT DISCLAIMER: Although the overall gist of the article is correct, the values he cites are based on an earlier white paper and do not represent our most up-to-date findings. New sh*t has come to light, man, which supersedes the work mentioned in this article – which hopefully will be updated soon.
Enjoying the 2015 conference for the International Society for Industrial Ecology here in Guildford, UK. Presenting the poster this afternoon, and looking forward to the food systems sessions tomorrow. Not to mention the gala dinner tonight. Pictures soon.
UPDATE: Actually forgot I never registered for gala dinner. Good thing though, we had an excellent evening on the town. Call-out for The Drummond, excellent local gastro-pub which became our evening home base for most of the week and was kind enough to reprint my receipts at the end of the night.