Center for Science and Technology Policy Research
John is a PhD student in Environmental Studies at the University of Colorado, with a secondary focus on water policy. His academic research will be on western water policy and governance, with a focus on the Colorado River. For the CSTPR, John is working with Lisa Dilling on the Framework for Assessing Stakeholder Needs for Climate Information project. John holds a B.A. in Public Health Studies from the Johns Hopkins University, and a M.H.S. in Environmental Health from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.
Meadow, A., E. McNie, J. Berggren, R. Norton, B. McMahan, G. Owen, and L. Rae (2016). NOAA Western Region: Climate Service Providers Database Development and Preliminary Analysis. Western Water Assessment, Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences, University of Colorado Boulder, 18 pages .
Dilling, L. and J. Berggren (2015). What do stakeholders need to manage for climate change and variability? A document-based analysis from three mountain states in the Western USA. Reg. Envir. Chang. 15 (4) 657-667, April.
Dilling, L, K. Lackstrom, B. Haywood, K. Dow, M.C. Lemos, J. Berggren, and S. Kalafatis (2015). What Stakeholder Needs Tell Us about Enabling Adaptive Capacity: The Intersection of Context and Information Provision across Regions in the United States. Weather Clim. Soc. 7 (1) 5-17, January.
Crow, D. A. and J. Berggren (2014). Using the Narrative Policy Framework to Understand Stakeholder Strategy and Effectiveness: A Multi-Case Analysis. The Science of Stories: Applications of the Narrative Policy Framework in Public Policy Analysis , Ed. M. Jones, E. Shanahan, and M. McBeth, Palgrave Macmillan, December 2014.
Berggren, J. (2012). Analysis of Documented Needs for Climate Information in the Missouri River Basin. WWA Report.