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Jeff Adams from Terrasophia LLC shows strategies for permaculture and climate resiliency on both a small and large scale.
Climate change scientists Rob Gillies and Rob Davies speak on humanity's effect on the climate and how we can fix it.
Sasha Reed, research ecologist, shows a climate manipulation experiment studying the effects of increased temperature and altered precipitation near Castle Valley, UT.
Jeremy Lynch gives a tour of the permaculture garden on the USU Moab Campus.
Utah Insight meets with organizers of the Utah High School Clean Air Poster Contest, which works to keep students thinking about a cleaner environment.
Trained as a physicist, Dr. Davies’ work focuses on complexity, global change, human vibrancy, and critical science communication. Rob has delivered hundreds of public lectures ― to policymakers, business leaders, civic organizations and faith communities ― and his “performance science” theatrical collaboration The Crossroads Project | Rising Tide, co-created with the Fry Street Quartet, has been performed across the U.S. and in three countries. He has served as a scientific liaison for NASA; as a project scientist with Utah State University’s Space Dynamics Laboratory; and an officer and meteorologist in the United States Air Force. Dr. Davies has served on the faculty of three universities, is a past Associate of the Utah Climate Center, and is currently Associate Professor of Professional Practice with Utah State University, where he holds a joint appointment in the Dep’t of Physics, USU’s Ecology Center, and the Caine College of the Arts.