In the Press

September 3, 2019
Bangladesh has been a vulnerable state for much of its short existence. People in this flood-prone country have coped with rising water levels with a combination of innovation, flexibility and resilience – but the extremes the environment is now throwing at them might be beyond anyone’s endurance.
July 25, 2019
A study by an international team of agriculture scientists says that in some areas of Nepal, children’s dependency on local food may not help them become as tall as the kids from other parts of the world. Researchers Leah Bevis, David Guerena and Kichan Kim say that many of Nepal’s soils, like that of other countries in South Asia, are poor in terms of the availability of zinc, a major nutrient needed for cognitive and physical development of human beings.
November 15, 2018
Worsening salinity in coastal areas may also become a major driver of migration, warns a report published this month by the International Food Policy Research Institute. It said salt intrusion linked to sea level rise is likely to force 200,000 coastal Bangladesh residents to migrate at some point.
November 28, 2017
The renegotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement, or NAFTA, should worry Ohio’s 75,000 farmers.
January 1, 2016
Barry Ward in Telegraph-Forum
January 14, 2015
Douglas Southgate on WOSU's All Sides with Ann Fisher
January 3, 2015
Douglas Southgate in the Northwest Signal
December 29, 2014
Douglas Southgate in Dairy Herd Management
November 24, 2014
Agricultural Policy and Outlook Conference Series in Ohio Ag Net/Ohio's Country Journal
November 24, 2014
Ian Sheldon in Ohio Ag Connection