Small-scale farmers in developing countries are among the most vulnerable to climate change. Our research aims to gain a better understanding of how farmers in Sri Lanka, in particular, are adjusting their practices to deal with climate change effects. Since 2010, researchers from Vanderbilt University's Institute for Energy and Environment (VIEE) have partnered with the National Building Research Organization (NBRO) in Sri Lanka to examine the connections between agricultural adaptation and climate change in the dry zone of Sri Lanka.
|Josh Bazuin [Email]
Vanderbilt Institute for Energy and the Environment
Research, Training or Education
|Global Health Topics||
Complex Humanitarian Emergencies, Environmental Health, Policy, Poverty
Undergraduate students; Graduate students (non-clinical); Medical students (MD); Nursing students (MSN, DNP); Post-doctoral students, residents, or trainees; Faculty members
Flexible, depending on the individuals interests and needs
The program is affiliated with Vanderbilt.
The program does not have a language requirement.