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Soon to be announced.
October 5th, 12:30-1:30 pm, Eastern Time (US and Canada)
Location: Blake 131
Colin Jerolmack, PhD, New York University "Down to Hell: Fracking, Freedom, and Community in an American Town”
October 19th 12-1:30, Eastern Time (US and Canada)
Emily Huddart Kennedy, University of British Columbia, via zoom, presenting on her new book :
"Ecotypes: Five Ways of Caring about the Environment.”
Imagining Environmental Governance in the Anthropocene:
Creating Governance that’s Participatory, Boundary Spanning, and Knowledge-Based September 8th and 9th, 2022 Cook Student Center
As global environmental problems like climate change and biodiversity loss become more pressing, global environmental governance to collectively address these issues becomes a significant part of the solution. Please join us September 8th and 9th at the Cook student center for a workshop that seeks to understand key questions in environmental governance and how Rutgers faculty, across disciplines and schools, may help answer them. Funded by Rutgers Global and the Institute for Earth Ocean and Atsmospheric Sciences and co-sponsored by the Rutgers Climate Institute and Department of Human Ecology, the first day of this workshop, will host three keynote talks by internationally recognized leaders in environmental governance on topics such as how environmental governance systems 1) manage uncertainties and unknowables 2) work to facilitate stakeholder participation from diverse interests and 3) address flows across ecosystem and geopolitical boundaries. On the second day – Rutgers faculty and students will have the opportunity to brainstorm and identify ways in which Rutgers may build educational, research and service capacity in this field. Full agenda below.
Rutgers faculty, staff, and students may register for the workshop here. Contact Rachael Shwom, firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.