Undergraduate Research in Agricultural Economics
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Mig Shyaka Op-Ed from ENSC 230. Energy and the Environment: Economics and Policy, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Department of Agricultural Economics, Fall 2020.
Climate change has become the world’s upmost threat. Different ideas of mitigation and adaptation have been developed to target climate change. These solutions stretch from development and innovation of different technologies like clean energy (solar and wind), to simpler local procedures (planting trees and simple green agroecological practices like farming). However, the need for the rapid action on climate change has created a narrow understanding of the issue and the necessary participation for the process to be smoother in developing and under-developed countries. It can be argued to be the case in some developed countries too.
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