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SNRE Seminar: International climate adaptation: challenges for governance and science
04/25/2012 - 4:00pm
School of Natural Resources and the Environment
Adaptation to Climate Change:
Perspectives at the Nexus of Science, Society, and Resource Management
WEDNESDAY, April 25, 2012
2:00 – 4:00 PM, 230 MARLEY
International climate adaptation: challenges for governance and science
· Diana Liverman, Institute of the Environment; School of Geography and Development
The series is open to all students, faculty and staff, and to the general public.
Seminar presentations are also webcast over the internet. To access the presentations, please click on the appropriate link and follow the instructions.
For University of Arizona participants with Net ID -http://elluminate.oia.arizona.edu/scheduleMeetingnochair.php?sessionId=578407
For non University of Arizona participants -http://elluminate.oia.arizona.edu/scheduleMeetingnonetid.php?sessionId=578407
[The session title is RNR496B/696A]
For more information on the series, including a complete schedule for the semester, please see: http://www.snr.arizona.edu/seminars
For additional information, contact Larry Fisher (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Gregg Garfin (email@example.com)
Sponsored by the School of Natural Resources and the Environment, Institute of the Environment, and Biosphere 2.
Diana Liverman is the co-director of the University of Arizona Institute of the Environment. The Institute promotes interdisciplinary research, teaching and outreach on the environment at The University of Arizona. Her tenure and disciplinary home is in the School of Geography and Development, and in 2011 she was awarded a Regents Professorship at the University of Arizona. She has maintained an affiliation with Oxford University where she is a visiting professor of Environmental Policy and Development in the School of Geography and Development, a fellow of Linacre College, and a fellow in the Environmental Change Institute.
Her career has focused on the human dimensions of global environmental change and her main research interests include climate impacts, vulnerability and adaptation, climate change and food security, and climate policy, mitigation and justice especially in the developing world. She also works on the political economy and political ecology of environmental management in the Americas, especially in Mexico.
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