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Women Killin’ It In Sustainability Research | The University Network

Sustainability research has become one of the most important fields in science, particularly as global populations continue to rise and earth’s resources are increasingly spread thin. Luckily, many brilliant minds are working to investigate topics such as clean energy, sustainable food systems, and climate change — and women are often at the forefront of such work. In this article, we highlight 7 women who are killin’ it in sustainability research to make our world a better place. Madhur Anand Director of Global Ecological Change and Anand Sustainability Lab, University of Guelph, Canada As the director of the Anand Lab at the University of Guelph, Madhur Anand works to promote knowledge and tools that will enhance long-term human-environmental sustainability. In a recent study, Anand investigated global land use and food production and found that if the rest of the world were to adopt USDA guidelines, we would need to acquire one giga-hectare of additional land, roughly the size of

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