Reflections on Research: Biogeochemist Gavin McNicol shares insights from his research at SOIL
Gavin McNicol and a team of researchers at SOIL’s compost facility in Haiti.
Earlier this summer, SOIL was pleased to share newly published research in the journal Nature Climate Change that revealed groundbreaking analysis on SOIL’s sanitation solution and climate mitigation potential. We are particularly grateful for the remarkable and dedicated team of researchers who worked on this research with SOIL, and who are endeavoring to help solve the global climate crisis while simultaneously promoting the inclusivity of vulnerable and less privileged populations in the climate conversation.
We are thrilled to share a brief personal reflection on this research from one of the leading researchers at Stanford University, biogeochemist Gavin McNicol. Gavin writes beautifully about the connections between sanitation and the global public health crisis, his research at SOIL in Haiti, and its implications for climate mitigation. Please click the button below to read his full post.
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