The world faces two inescapable, major environmental crises: the loss of biodiversity and global climate change. This workshop will bring together researchers from C-PREE at Princeton University and the Centre for Natural Climate Solutions at the National University of Singapore (NUS) to investigate how the world might simultaneously tackle both crises via the deployment of natural climate solutions.
Portions of this workshop will be open to the public, including most presentations of research. If you are interested in attending portions of the workshop, please RSVP here to let us know which you will attend.
Welcome by the co-organizers, Prof. David Wilcove (Princeton University) and Prof. Lian Pin Koh (National University of Singapore)
Morning Sessions: 9:30 – 11:00 AM
- 9:30-10:00a: Managing risks and uncertainties of forest carbon projects through climate science, Hoong Chen Teo (NUS)
- 10:00-10:30a: Co-benefits of forest carbon projects in Southeast Asia, Tasya Vadya Sarira (NUS)
- 10:30-11:00a: How long does abandoned cropland stay abandoned? Chris Crawford (Princeton)
Afternoon Sessions: 1:30 – 3:00 PM
- 1:30-2:00p: Climate co-benefits of tiger conservation, Aakash Lambda (NUS)
- 2:00-2:30p: How climate solutions may affect migratory shorebirds, Tong Mu (Princeton)
- 2:30-3:00p: Revealed Greenness and Response to Climate Change Information: Evidence from Cocoa Farmers in Ghana, Jiayue Zhang (Brown)