Agronomy & Horticulture Seminar - Shofia Saleh
Swimming in Boiling Water: Working at the Intersection Between Agriculture and Conservation of Natural Resources
Keim Hall Room: 150
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Shofia Saleh, Smallholder Transformation and Oil Palm Intensification Project Lead / Affiliation: World Resources Institute, Indonesia presents, “Swimming in Boiling Water: Working at the Intersection Between Agriculture and Conservation of Natural Resources.” This seminar is about how partnership collaboration is essential for solving complex environmental problems. This presentation will explain why a collaborative project between governments, academia, and NGOs can play a pivotal role to avoid conversion of fragile ecosystems for oil palm cultivation, by providing solutions that can help reconcile production and environmental goals.
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