Burack Lecture: Cooperation in the Face of Complexity: The Future of Water Governance - Mark Lubell, PhD
In this talk Dr. Lubell considers the future of water governance as the effects of climate change are being felt in regions all across the world. Drawing upon extensive empirical research and experimental modeling of watershed governance, he will explore how cooperation problems often serve as the cause of many environmental conflicts. Professor Lubell is the Director of the Center for Environmental Policy and Behavior at the University of California at Davis.
Reception to immediately follow in Ifshin Atrium.
Sponsored by Community Development and Applied Economics, Nutrition and Food Science, and Gund Institute on Environment.
Free public parking in the Jeffords Parking Lot after 3:30 pm. For ADA accomodations: 802-656-3033
For more information, contact Chris Koliba at 802-656-3772 or firstname.lastname@example.org.