The impact of the coronavirus on the healthcare system and on financial markets is all too clear. But what about the stress it’s putting on the food system and on those who are food insecure?
University of Vermont researchers launched a survey this week, developed in collaboration with Johns Hopkins University, to determine those potential effects in Vermont.
The Gund Institute for Environment at UVM announced its first Apis Fund awards today, which will catalyze new research and conservation efforts for endangered bee pollinators, thanks to a recent $500,000 anonymous gift.
When Bernie Sanders' presidential campaign released job numbers for its Green New Deal proposal last fall, projecting it would put 20 million people to work, it raised some eyebrows.
Politico suggested the figures were “outlandish,” while The New York Times cautioned that job growth was “not so simple.”
- Gund Institute Names Catalyst Award Winners
- Banning Food Waste: Lessons for Rural America
- Using Machine Learning and AI to Sustainably Feed the World
- Gund Moves to Farrell Hall
- UVM Sustainable Agriculture Team Awarded $660K in Global Partnership
- Secrets Under the Ice
- University of Vermont Establishes Patrick and Marcelle Leahy Scholars Initiative
- University Scholar Lecture Series - Adrian Ivakhiv, PhD
- Fueling Change: UVM Grads Reduce Home Energy Use
- University of Vermont to Host United Nations Biosphere Delegation
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