Assistant Professors of Environment Studies Stacy-ann Robinson and Gail Carlson, along with Hania Lincoln Lenderking ’20, have coauthored a review of recent academic studies on the impacts of climate change on food security in the Caribbean. It finds that climate change will impact agriculture and fisheries mainly through changing patterns of weather, air and sea surface temperatures, and water availability. It concludes that successful adaptation to these impacts should involve region-specific solutions and local communities. The review is published in the International Journal of Sustainable Development & World Ecology