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Johannes Lehmann, a professor of soil and biogeochemistry and soil fertility management in Cornell University’s College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, and a fellow with the Atkinson Center for a Sustainable Future. Dr. Lehmann specializes in soil organic matter, soil carbon sequestration, greenhouse gas emissions and soil fertility.
Cornell's delegation to COP21 provides a spotlight into the depth and breadth of climate challenges – and the immense energy focused on finding solutions. From critical thinking about human dimensions of climate change, to methane’s role in rising GHGs, to soil-based solutions and climate-resilient agriculture, Cornell’s thought-leaders are bringing their energy, passion, and innovative thinking, to the Paris conference.