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Hauser Spring Webinar Series: How Should Society Assess Risks From Climate Change?
May 5 @ 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm EDT
The Hauser Policy Impact Fund is pleased to announce its spring 2022 series on the role of the social and behavioral sciences in understanding and addressing climate change. The first webinar of the series will focus on how society and policy makers should assess risks associated with climate change. The webinar will use reports from the National Academies’ Board on Environmental Change and Society to explore how the social and behavioral sciences can be used to greater effect in decision making about risk assessment and climate change.
Kristie Ebi, University of Washington
Jalonne White-Newsome, Empowering a Green Environment & Economy
Robyn Wilson, The Ohio State University
Gabrielle Wong-Parodi, Stanford University
This webinar series features issues at the forefront of current policy discussions and have diversity, equity, and inclusion as a central focus. Each webinar discusses policy implications from topical DBASSE reports. Please check the Hauser Policy Impact Fund website for details on upcoming webinars and future activities.
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