International Center for Tropical Agriculture
In this program, the student grantee is focusing on climate-smart agricultural practices in smallholder cocoa production systems in Indonesia, from an economic perspective. The region is vulnerable to climate change, and a deforestation-free and climate-resistant supply chain is extremely important for the local economy. The student employs his interest and knowledge in climate management and economics to help address the community’s need to tackle problems related to climate change.
Topics: Economic Vitality and Entrepreneurship; Energy, Environment and Sustainability; Food and Agriculture
- Daniel Holod ’18, College of Arts and Sciences
Community-Engaged Student Travel Grants
Funding students who are spending winter or summer break participating in community-based research activities or service-learning projects.