As Congress wrestles with a climate change bill, one may be tempted to ask: What do agriculture and climate change have in common? A lot, it turns out. A changing climate will shift agricultural production patterns while challenging agribusiness and farmers to adapt to these temperature and rainfall shifts. Agriculture, in turn, is a source of greenhouse gases (GHGs) thought to contribute to climate change. And, agriculture can potentially play roles in mitigation and adaptation strategies.
Gathered on this page are some of the major think tanks, public policy institutes, NGO's, and universities in Washington, DC and the metropolitan area that frequently host events about or related to conflict resolution. There are very brief descriptions of each organization on this page and links to their respective home and events web addresses.