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Climate Change

Women & Work in a Warming World

October 12, 2015
Livak Ballroom, Dudley H. Davis Center
Pablo Bose,

Dr. Baruah’s research is interdisciplinary in nature and focuses on the various factors that affect women’s ability to own property and to participate in the emerging green economy. Among her publications are several articles on microfinance, gender and poverty alleviation strategies, public-private partnerships, and the informal sector, as well as the book Women and Property in Urban India.

This lecture is part of the Dan and Carol Burack Distinguished Lecture Series.

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Sacramento & The BECC Conference

What do Sacramento, energy efficiency, homeless people, behavior change, and mini cupcakes have to do with each other? Not much, unless you happened to be at the Behavior, Energy & Climate Change (BECC) 2012 Conference in Sacramento, CA mid-November. The BECC Conference focuses on understanding individual and organizational behavior and decision-making related to energy usage, greenhouse gas emissions, climate change, and sustainability.

by Tarah Rowse, Curriculum & Community Connections Graduate Assistant

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