– Karl, Ramzi, and collaborators publish new 2018 research on “Climate change, agrobiodiversity, and food” in Harvard’s ReVista

Karl Zimmerer and Ramzi working in the GeoSyntheSES Lab have collaborated in a major international research project with colleagues at the University of Michigan, the International Center for Tropical Agriculture (CIAT), and the Instituto para la Investigación Nutricional (IIN). The group has published a new article on “Climate change and food: Challenges and opportunities in tropical mountains and agrobiodiversity hotspots.” It appears in the spring 2018 issue of ReVista: Harvard Review of Latin America, volume 12 (number 3), pages 53-57, and can be found at https://revista.drclas.harvard.edu/book/climate-change-and-food. In addition to Karl and Ramzi, the co-authors are Andrew Jones, Stef de Haan, Hilary Creed-Kanashiro, Miluska Carrasco, Krysty Mesa, Milka Tello, Tubbeh, and Ghisela Cruz García**