Seminar Time (online only) – Wednesdays, 12:40–1:30 pm (USA Eastern Time).
- All seminars in the series are available online via Zoom here.
This seminar series features a broad range of researchers and development practitioners presenting the latest findings on contemporary issues relating to sustainable development throughout the world. The seminar series is open to all students and faculty. Students may earn 1 credit (S/U only) by enrolling in IARD, NTRES, AEM or PLSCS 6960. The seminar series is co-sponsored by the Department of Global Development, the Department of Natural Resources, the Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management, and the School of Integrative Plant Science.
Louise Buck, Department of Natural Resources, firstname.lastname@example.org
Ed Mabaya, Department of Global Development, email@example.com
Terry Tucker, Department of Global Development, firstname.lastname@example.org
YouTube Playlist of Past Seminars
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|Date||Event Title and Presenter|
|September 9||From Sustainable Forest Management to Forest Landscape Restoration: Analysis of Two Participatory Approaches
Carol Colfer, adjunct professor, Cornell Southeast Asia Program
|September 16||Climate-Smart Agriculture (CSA): Why is it needed in developing countries?
John Recha, participatory action research specialist, CGIAR Program on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS)
|September 23||Scaling-up Agroforestry to Transform Landscapes: Examples from Ecuador
Louise Buck, senior extension associate, Department of Natural Resources, and program lead, Collaborative Management, EcoAgriculture Partners
|September 30||Incorporating Stakeholder Input in the Development of Croatia’s National Agricultural and Rural Development Strategy, 2020-2030
David Lee, professor, Global Development and Dyson School; Philip Van der Celen and Svetlana Edmeades, World Bank
Integrated Innovation System Programs: a no regret investment for a +Covid world?
|October 28||Modernizing Agricultural Water Management in Tamil Nadu State, India.
Vibhu Nayer, IAS Officer and Project Director, Tamil Nadu Irrigated Agriculture Modernization and Water Resources Management Project. Government of Tamil Nadu, India
|November 4||Large-scale renewable energy in New York: issues of governance, community participation, and benefit sharing
David Kay, senior extension associate, Department of Global Development, Cornell
|November 11||Getting Improved Seed to Smallholder Farmers: Findings from The African Seed Access Index
Ed Mabaya, senior research associate, Department of Global Development, Cornell
|December 2||Gender Equity & Social Inclusion among Community Forest User Groups in Nepal
Leala Rosen, program officer, Conservation Leadership Programme at the Wildlife Conservation Society
|December 9||Building resilient and sustainable food systems - Perspectives from the Africa Development Bank
Andrew Mude, division manager, African Development Bank