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Recent Center Faculty Presentations

Crow, D.A. & Albright, E.A. Policy Learning and Political Context: Analyzing Responses to Colorado’s Extreme Flood Events of 2013. Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management Fall Research Conference, Albuquerque, NM, November 2014.

Crow, D.A., Dixon, L., Koebele, E., Kroepsch, A., Schild, R., & Huda, J. Information, Resources, and Management Priorities: Agency Outreach and Mitigation of Wildfire Risk in the West. The Politics and Economics of Wildfire Conference, University of California Santa Barbara Bren School of Environmental Science & Management, October 2014.

Crow, D.A., Kroepsch, A., Koebele, E., Dixon, L., Schild, R. & Huda, J. Assessing Wildfire Mitigation Outreach Strategies in the Wildland-Urban Interface. 2014 Sustaining Colorado Watersheds: Come Hell or High Water! Avon, CO, October 2014.

Crow, D.A., “Culture, Politics & Climate Change: How Information Shapes Our Common Future,” Department of Journalism and Media Studies, Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences, Oslo, Norway, October 2014.

Crow, D.A., Expert discussion on Colorado flood recovery, A Public Affair, September 11, 2014, KGNU Radio.

Roger Pielke participated in a seminar at the Rathenau Institute, the Netherlands, on February 9 titled “Scientific Evidence Never Comes Alone.” His session discussed blaming, responsibilities and communication in the Aquila case. Details here.