Professor to speak on agrobiodiversity and indigenous knowledge
March 22nd, 2012
On March 21 Karl Zimmerer, head of the Geography Department at Penn State, presented “Indigenous Knowledge and Human-Environmental Change: The Farming and Potential Sustainability of High-Agrobiodiversity Food Plant Complexes amid Intensifying Global Trends” at the University Park campus of Penn State, USA.
Zimmerer is a geographer and an environmental and earth-systems scientist, whose research, teaching and outreach are centered on global human-environmental change.
Read more about this seminar from the article on The Pennsylvania State University web site
Click for more information about the Interinstitutional Consortium of Indigenous Knowledge (ICIK) Seminar Series, or to view past presentations online