Bonnie Waring is a Senior Lecturer in Imperial College London’s Department of Life Sciences and the Grantham Institute on Climate Change and Environment. Her work combines laboratory, field, and modelling approaches to understand how the ecology of plant and soil microbial communities controls carbon sequestration in land ecosystems. Her research group is also investigating ways to better manage ecosystems in order to draw down carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, by helping forests regrow and by co-deploying engineering and nature-based climate solutions. Dr Waring will discuss the role land ecosystems play in helping society mitigate and adapt to the climate crisis.
Joining the event
This will be a hybrid event, with the opportunity for Imperial staff and students and external guests to attend in person at Silwood Park campus, or join us online.
• Silwood Park Campus – Fisher and Haldane Rooms.
Guests can join the seminar remotely via Zoom. Details to be sent to those who register.
The Changing Planet seminar series is run by students and staff on the Science and Solutions for a Changing Planet (SSCP) Doctoral Training Program. It offers the chance to hear the latest in understanding, adapting to and mitigating environmental problems, complementing the diversity of environmental research at Imperial College London and beyond.
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