Q&A with Osvaldo Sala (Video)


Osvaldo Sala is a Julie A. Wrigley chair in life sciences and sustainability and a Foundation professor in the School of Sustainability; a professor in the School of Life Sciences; an advisory board member for the Center for Biodiversity Outcomes; and a distinguished sustainability scientist in the Julie Ann Wrigley Global Institute of Sustainability.

He is particularly interested in working with scenarios as a way of simplifying, understanding and communicating the complex relationships that emerge from the study of social-ecological systems.

In this video, Sala discusses his research, as well as the nature and significance of sustainability science.

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