Open Dialogue Live: The pandemic's impact on nature
How is the current global pandemic impacting the natural world and what will be the long-term effects on the environment? This week on Open Dialogue Live, our #DalhousieU experts will share their expertise and perspectives on a diverse range of topics related to nature and COVID-19.
Our panelists will explore:
- How reduced shipping activity is providing insight into the impact of human-generated noise on ocean life.
- How the pandemic is forcing a transformation of our food system to a more sustainable and resilient system needed to produce food and protect our environment.
- How air quality is being affected by reduced emissions into the atmosphere.
- How animals are being impacted, from those in zoos to those in the wild, and what it means for conservation efforts.
The episode will feature: David Barclay, an assistant professor in the Department of Oceanography; David Burton, a professor in the Department of Plant, Food, and Environmental Sciences; Rachel Chang, an assistant professor in the Department of Physics & Atmospheric Science and the Canada Research Chair in Atmospheric Science; and Natasha Daly, a writer and editor at National Geographic and Dalhousie alumnus.
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