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FlyerFall 2014 Noontime Seminar Series

Our fall 2014 noontime seminar features several exciting talks about science policy-relevant topics. All talks are free and open to the public and will be held at 12:15 pm the CSTPR conference room unless otherwise noted, as well as available via live webcast. Join our mailing list to receive notification of upcoming talks and a link to the webcast by entering your email under “Join our Mailing List” on the left hand column at our website. Webcasts from past seminars can be viewed here.

September 29
Assessing Wildfire Mitigation Outreach Strategies in the Wildland-Urban Interface


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Deserai Crow, Center for Science and Technology Policy Research and Environmental Studies, University of Colorado Boulder

Adrianne Kroepsch, Elizabeth Koebele, and Lydia Dixon, Environmental Studies, University of Colorado Boulder


October 6
Red Cross/Red Crescent Climate Centre Internship Program Summer 2014 Panel Discussion


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Leslie Dodson, ATLAS Institute, College of Engineering and Applied Science, University of Colorado Boulder

Drew Zackary, Anthropology, University of Colorado Boulder




October 13
Mapping the Political Landscape of Hydraulic Fracturing in Colorado

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Tanya Heikkila and Chris Weible, Associate Professors, School of Public Affairs, University of Colorado Denver




October 22 at 12:00 PM
The Argument for Changing the Electric Utility Business Model

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Heather Bailey, Energy Strategy and Electric Utility Development, City of Boulder





October 27
Is This (Our) Risk? The Science and Politics of Catastrophe Insurance

Jessica Weinkle, Center for Science and Technology Policy Research, University of Colorado Boulder


November 3
Blind Spots: Electronics Firms, and the Social and Environmental Harms of the Electronics Commodity Chain

Lucy McAllister, Environmental Studies, University of Colorado Boulder


November 10
Let’s Hear from the People: A Study on Media Impact on Climate Protection and Climate Adaptation

Gesa Luedecke, Faculty of Sustainability Sciences, Leuphana University, Luneberg, Germany


November 17
Climate Smart Agriculture in Asia: Measurements, Implementation Strategy and Challenges

Kritee Kritee, Senior Scientist, International Climate, Environmental Defense Fund