Paul Winters

Associate Dean for Academic Affairs; Keough-Hesburgh Professor of Global Affairs

Keough School of Global Affairs

Office
1010R Jenkins And Nanovic Halls
Notre Dame, IN 46556
Phone
+1 574-631-2923
Email
pwinters@nd.edu
Bio

Associate Dean for Academic Affairs; Keough-Hesburgh Professor of Global Affairs

  • Climate change and agriculture
  • Rural poverty and food insecurity
  • Rural development
  • Small-scale agriculture
  • Inclusive and sustainable food systems
  • Agricultural data
  • Impact evaluation
  • Migration and social protection programs

Winters in the News

Discover Magazine

Argentina Could Promote More Climate-Friendly Livestock Production

By Paul Winters, Professor of Global Affairs at the University of Notre Dame.

Carbon-neutral beef? Argentina’s new certification could promote more climate-friendly livestock production

By Paul Winters, a professor of global affairs at the University of Notre Dame.

Carbon-neutral beef? Argentina's new certification could promote more climate-friendly livestock production

By Paul Winters, Professor of Global Affairs, University of Notre Dame.

Philanthropy News Digest

Agricultural innovation needed to support productivity

Speaking at the annual meetings of the Boards of Governors of the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) and IDB Invest, which took place from March 6-10 in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic, Paul Winters, professor of global affairs at The University of Notre Dame, stated that countries which depend heavily on agriculture are the ones more vulnerable to experiencing food insecurity brought on by climate change challenges.

The Conversation

COP28: Food is on the table, but only as a side dish

Paul Winters, an economist at the University of Notre Dame, and US and executive director of the Innovation Commission for Climate Change, Food Security and Agriculture, acknowledges the urgent need for change, but suggests, at least initially, an “evolutionary rather than a revolutionary approach” to the food and farming transition. “I don’t think the climate community has been great at working with farmers to come up with solutions,” Winters says. “It isn’t the same as telling people to ride their bike more; we have to incentivise farmers and recognise this is their livelihood.”

The Conversation

COP28: 7 food and agriculture innovations needed to protect the climate and feed a rapidly growing world

By Paul Winters, Professor of Global Affairs, University of Notre Dame.