Posted February 04, 2018 07:04:20 Which plants are at greater risk of being scrambled and what are the options for reducing their risk?
This article is written by one of the writers of the new Scrambled Crop article.
Read more:How plants help reduce greenhouse gas emissions by keeping soil carbon stableRead more articles by Elizabeth L. Sturgis.
Sturgis is a professor of environmental science and sustainability at the University of California, Berkeley, and the author of more than 30 books including, most recently, The Climate of Environmental Change: The Role of Plants, Agriculture, and Food in Managing the Global Change that is Resilient.
You can follow her on Twitter at @lsturgis and read more of her work at environmental science.
Elizabeth is the founder and executive director of the Environmental Education Foundation, which works to improve the quality of learning for students, teachers, and students in general by developing new methods and techniques for teaching sustainability.
She is the author or coauthor of many books on environmental education including, The Environmental Education Guide to Sustainable Learning, The New Environmental Education: An Educator’s Guide, and More.
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