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Talks and Presentations by Center Personnel

Photograph of Center talkRecent and upcoming talks and presentations by Center personnel are as follows:

Marilyn Averill

  • Averill, M.  Three Degrees: The Law of Climate Change and Human Rights Conference.  University of Washington School of Law, May 2009, Seattle (Panelist).
  • Averill, M.  Framing Natural Resource Management for Climate Resilience.   IARU International Scientific Congress on Climate Change, March 2009, Copenhagen.
  • Averill, M.  What happened in the Poznan, Poland Climate Negotiations?  American Bar Association Teleconference, March 2009 (Panelist).
  • Averill, M.  The Complexities of International Climate Policy.  American Meteorological Association Annual Meeting, 2009, Phoenix.
  • Averill, M.  Bringing the Ethics Debate Home.  Side Session Panel on Moral and Ethical Issues that Must be Faced in Implementing the Bali Roadmap, United Nations Climate Conference, 2008, Poznan.

David Cherney

  • Cherney, D.  Transforming Environmentalism: Death of the Environmental Movement, CU-Boulder, March 6, 2009.
  • Cherney, D.  Science Policy in Greater Yellowstone, Yale University, February 26, 2009.
  • Cherney, D.  Organizational Ecology in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, Yale University, February 25, 2009.

Lisa Dilling

  • Dilling, L. A new direction for global climate change governance. Poster presentation, Energy Initiative Symposium, November 17, 2008, University of Colorado, Boulder.
  • Dilling, L.  Climate Change: What Does it Mean to the Denver Region?  November 19 and 20, 2008, DRCOG Climate Change Board Study Session on Climate Change and Breakfast Forum, Denver, CO.
  • Dilling, L. Communicating about climate change: Moving beyond the myths toward more effective strategies for societal engagement. Invited Presentation, Colorado State University Department of Atmospheric Science, December 3, 2008.
  • Dilling, L. U.S. science policy for climate change adaptation: A preliminary evaluation. Oral presentation at the American Meteorological Society Annual Meeting, January 14, 2009, Phoenix AZ.
  • Dilling, L.  Land use decision making as a driver of carbon sequestration at multiple scales, February 20, 2009.
  • Dilling, L. The urgency of the climate change challenge: Is governance “getting in the way” of progress?  Oral Presentation, The IARU International Scientific Congress on Climate Change, March 10-12, 2009, Copenhagen, Denmark.
  • Dilling, L. and E. Failey.  Management of carbon across sectors and scales: Insights from land use decision making. Oral presentation at the American Geophysical Union Fall meeting, December 19, 2008, San Francisco, CA.
  • Dilling, L. and E. Failey.  Land use decision making as a driver of carbon sequestration at multiple scales: A Colorado case study. Plenary Presentation, North American Carbon Program Principle Investigators’ Meeting, February 20, 2009, San Diego, CA.

Betsy Failey

  • Failey, E. and L. Dilling. Understanding Human Decision Making as a Driver for Carbon Sequestration on Land. Poster presentation at the American Geophysical Union Fall meeting, December 17, 2008, San Francisco, CA.

Benjamin Hale

  • Hale, B. "Think!" Why You Don't Have to Love Nature to Be Green", November 18, 2008.

Roger Pielke, Jr.

  • Pielke Jr., R.A.  Uncomfortable Knowledge on Climate Change, Aston University, February 10, 2009.
  • Pielke Jr., R.A. Uncomfortable Knowledge about Climate Policy, Oregon State University, February 17, 2009.