Applications of Network Science to Environmental Policy (Mark Lubell)
- 9/17/2013 |
7:30 PM – 8:30 PM
Location: Moulton Union, Main Lounge
Event Type: Seminar
Professor Mark Lubell, Director of the Center for Environmental Policy and Behavior at the University of California-Davis, will share lessons learned from more than 15 years conducting economics valuation research to inform public policy decisions. He will speak about social networks as core components of policy processes and individual decision-making. The emerging field of network science is developing theories and methods for studying networks in empirical settings. This talk will provide an overview of the application of network science to public policy, including case studies of water management, sustainable viticulture, and climate change on public lands. For more information, see the webpage.
Co-sponsored by the Government Department, the McKeen Center for the Common Good, and Environmental Studies Program. For more information call 725-3396.