Tag Archives: environmental science

Global Soil Security Symposium (May 18-21, 2015)

The Global Soil Security Symposium will take place on the Texas A&M Campus at the Interdisciplinary Life Sciences (ILS) Building (301 Old Main Drive) in room 1105. Details available at website. View Online Program  View Program (PDF) Check out Local Information on the website for information on College Station–how to get there and things to do.  Additional information will be available in your registration packet.  ____

Managing Resource Scarcity in 2034: The Water, Energy, Food Nexus

Science 2034  by Rabi H. Mohtar, Texas A&M University [Through the efforts of Rick Mertens, AgriLife’s Washington DC staffer, a story highlighting Rabi’s work on the WEF Nexus is highlighted along with other “thought leaders.” ] By 2034, I predict that the interdisciplinary field of “complexity science” will provide government and private decision-makers with the cross-disciplinary analytical tools necessary to address global challenges not yet imagined in public health, climate change and resilience, sustainable development, energy and water security, and public safety. (read the entire article)