Climate Science. Part 3: Climate Models
This 30 minute video is Part 3 of 3 in an overview of climate science. In this video, recorded for the online course AACC, the focus is on climate models, how they work and what they tell us.
Format: Video - Reference: Knox, 2013. Animal Agriculture in a Changing ClimateWatch Video
Communicating About Climate Change
This 50-minute lecture by Eric Nesbit (Ohio State University) This presentation includes information on public opinion trends about climate change and public policies, different explanations for divisions in public opinion about climate change and finally, what the latest communication research tells us about best climate change communication practices, and about developing a public consensus about this issue
Format: Video - Reference: Nesbitt. 2013. Waste to Worth: Spreading Science and Solutions. Denver, CO. April 1-5, 2013.Watch Video
Contribution of Greenhouse Gas Emissions: Animal Agriculture in Perspective
This 8-page publication provides an overview of atmospheric greenhouse gasses and the agriculture's contribution.
Format: Factsheet or Publication - Reference: Smith. 2014. Animal Agriculture in a Changing Climate Project Publication
Controversial Communication in Agriculuture Extension on the Topic of Climate Change: A Summarized Review
This 11 page white paper is a review of recent publications on how to communicate the controversial issue of climate change.
Format: Factsheet or Publication - Reference: Whitefield, L., 2015. Washington State University. Produced for Animal Agriculture in a Changing Climate Program.
Cool Cows: Dealing with Heat Stress in Australian Dairy Herds
This cost/benefiti calculator website created by Dairy Australia is a great tool for looking at the costs benefits of cooling. Unfortunately, it is specific to Australia dairy systems.
Format: Assessment Tool - Reference: Website. Dairy Australia.
Cover Crop Innovators Video Series
Several short videos of innovative farmers describing their experiences with cover crops were produced for the National Conference on Cover Crops and Soil Health, held Feb. 17-19, 2014 in Omaha, Neb. Visit the website to see the videos.
Format: Website - Reference: 2014. SARE