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Faris Ahmed

Faris Ahmed is USC Canada’s policy director.

Opinion | BY EMILE FRISON, FARIS AHMED | June 7, 2017
Farmers in Mali winnowing the chaff for this season's rice. Farms across the world that are making an effort to diversify their crops and reduce reliance on chemical aids are having success. Photograph courtesy of USC
Opinion | BY EMILE FRISON, FARIS AHMED | June 7, 2017
Opinion | BY EMILE FRISON, FARIS AHMED | June 7, 2017
Farmers in Mali winnowing the chaff for this season's rice. Farms across the world that are making an effort to diversify their crops and reduce reliance on chemical aids are having success. Photograph courtesy of USC
Opinion | BY FARIS AHMED, GENEVIèVE TALBOT | January 11, 2017
Environment Minister Catherine McKenna speaks at the COP22 UN climate change conference in Marrakech, Morocco, last November. Photograph courtesy of the Rwandan Ministry of Natural Resources
Opinion | BY FARIS AHMED, GENEVIèVE TALBOT | January 11, 2017
Opinion | BY FARIS AHMED, GENEVIèVE TALBOT | January 11, 2017
Environment Minister Catherine McKenna speaks at the COP22 UN climate change conference in Marrakech, Morocco, last November. Photograph courtesy of the Rwandan Ministry of Natural Resources
Opinion | BY FARIS AHMED, MADAMOU GOITA | May 18, 2016
Environment Minister Catherine McKenna, pictured in Ottawa. The famous transcontinental road races, like the Paris-Dakar and the Budapest-Bamako rallies, have something in common with the race against climate change: they are gruelling, and they go through Africa. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
Opinion | BY FARIS AHMED, MADAMOU GOITA | May 18, 2016
Opinion | BY FARIS AHMED, MADAMOU GOITA | May 18, 2016
Environment Minister Catherine McKenna, pictured in Ottawa. The famous transcontinental road races, like the Paris-Dakar and the Budapest-Bamako rallies, have something in common with the race against climate change: they are gruelling, and they go through Africa. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright