A team of researchers from the Cornell Institute for Climate Smart Solutions and CALS International Programs, including Drs. Allison Chatrchyan, Danielle Eiseman, and Maricelis Acevedo presented a Cornell research update at an official Press conference at COP 23 in Bonn, Germany on November 9, 2017.
Chatrchyan and Eiseman presented on the “Cornell Climate Smart Farming Program, Website and Decision support tools for farmers,” including announcing the launch of the new CSF winter cover crop timing tool. Acevedo presented on “Delivering Genetic Gain in Wheat Project & Possibilities for Climate Resilient Agriculture Programs.”
For more on Cornell’s Delegation to COP, see Cornell COP website link.