News & Announcements
“Privy 2: Biosolids and You” coming soon to the OSU campus
The public installment of a research collaboration led by InFACT faculty hires Nick Kawa (assistant professor in the Department of Anthropology) and Forbes Lipschitz (assistant professor of landscape architecture at the Knowlton School) looks at the human waste stream.Learn More
Faith leaders are among our nation's most trusted voices when it comes to ethical living, so it makes sense that they would be on the forefront of climate change initiatives. Keeping them informed about food and its impact on climate change was the goal of the On Food and Faith: Ministry in the Time of Climate Change conference sponsored by the Center for Earth Ethics, the Climate Reality Project, Methodist Theological School in Ohio (MTSO)—and The Ohio State University's Initiative for Food and AgriCultural Transformation (InFACT).