Season 3 | Episode 4: Policies for Sustainable Hiking Trails and a Robust Food System For All
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Welcome to Episode 3, Season 4 of SciPol SoundBites, the podcast of the Journal of Science Policy & Governance!
Today, we continue with episodes from the joint issue between Journal of Science Policy & Governance (JSPG) and AAAS Science and Technology Fellowships Program.
Authors we are interviewing today are discussing important topics around sustainability and commercialization.
In this episode, Khang T. Huynh (Twitter, LinkedIn) and Kimberly N. Carr (Twitter, LinkedIn) describe their policy memos published in JSPG in collaboration with the AAAS Science and Technology Fellowships Program.
Read the articles on the JSPG website:
(1) Sustainable Trail Design, Not Hiker Permits, is Necessary for Environmental Preservation in New York State’s Adirondack Park High Peaks
(2) Michigan Farmers of Color and the Future of Sustainable Food Systems
Learn more about AAAS STPF
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