Giving Compass’ Take:
• In a video conversation at The Aspen Institute, Joseph Curry and William Karesh discuss an integrated solution for conservation, food systems, and coronavirus recovery.
• How do different climate issues interact with each other? How can we learn about these overlaps from the public health devastation of COVID-19? What can we do to support an integrated solution during crisis?
In a conversation with EcoHealth Alliance’s Dr. William B. Karesh and Orbit Holding, LLC’s Mr. Joseph Curry, we explored how bringing together health security and cold storage infrastructure will have synergistic and transformative effects on the food value chain in Asia, and in the process, harness green energy innovations that drastically reduce food waste and resource usage. Please see the webinar video recording and contact information below.
To deal with these issues, it has to be all of society. When you look at Sustainable Development Goals, which are quite admirable, a lot of them are in conflict with each other. Well, here’s an integrated solution, and it has multiple impacts.”
Watch the full video about an integrated solution for food, climate, and public health with Joseph Curry and William Karesh at The Aspen Institute.
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