326. 60-second videos about our research
My School at the University of Western Australia is having a competition amongst staff and students to produce a 60-second video that says something interesting and engaging about our research.
I’ve put in two entries. The first one, about farmer adaptation to climate change, is the fun one.
The second one, about water pollution, is more traditional, but I hope it’s still interesting.
I’m also included in a third really creative entry that was put together by Maksym Polyakov.
Wish us luck. The winner will be announced in December.
Thamo, T., Addai, D., Kragt, M.E., Kingwell, R., Pannell, D.J., and Robertson, M.J. (2019). Climate change reduces the mitigation obtainable from sequestration in an Australian farming system, Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics (forthcoming). Journal web site
Thamo, T., Addai, D., Pannell, D.J., Robertson, M.J., Thomas, D.T. & Young, J.M. (2017). Climate change impacts and farm-level adaptation: Economic analysis of a mixed cropping–livestock system, Agricultural Systems 150, 99-108. Journal web page * IDEAS page
Pannell, D.J. (2017). Economic perspectives on nitrogen in farming systems: managing trade-offs between production, risk and the environment, Soil Research 55, 473-478. Journal web site
Rogers, A.A., Burton, M.P., Cleland, J.A., Rolfe, J., Meeuwig, J.J. & Pannell, D.J. (2017). Expert judgements and public values: preference heterogeneity for protecting ecology in the Swan River, Western Australia, Working Papers 254025, University of Western Australia, School of Agricultural and Resource Economics. IDEAS page