Research: Climate & Land Use Change

GHI and the One Health Centers support basic and translational research in Climate & Land Use Change.

How we do it:

  1. Facilitating mutually beneficial collaborations with governments, academic institutions and communities to research, develop and share best practices to conserve landscapes and address and adapt to climate change.
  2. Providing access to human and environmental resources in regions served by the One Health Centers to research, understand and adapt to climate and land-use change.
  3. Providing monitoring, diagnostics and other support for climate and land-use research.
  4. Providing insights and connections to communities impacted by population growth and migration pressures that are caused by and affect climate change.

Some examples of UW–Madison research supported by efforts with GHI in the area of Climate & Land Use Change: