Feeding the Planet in a Changing Climate

explored by Dr Daniel Magnone

Tuesday March 10th 2020, 7:00pm-8.30pm

Venue: Caffe Portico selling tea/coffee/wine/beer and cakes

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As the climate crisis intensifies and populations continue to grow humanity faces the age-old challenge providing enough food and water to feed the world’s population. In this talk, Dr Daniel Magnone (University of Lincoln) looks at some of the science behind the challenges of feeding the world in the 21st century.

Dr Daniel Magnone

Daniel Magnone is a Senior Lecturer in Physical Geography at the School of Geography in University of Lincoln. He lectures in Soil and Sediment Geochemistry and his research focuses on Planetary Health from a geochemical perspective. Planetary Health is the study of how human, ecological and environmental health overlap and my research focuses on how the earth’s chemistry controls this.