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Dr. Heather Randell

October 13, 2017

Heather Randell (SYSYNC) Link to CV   TITLE: The impact of climate change on educational attainment: Evidence from the global tropics   ABSTRACT: Investments in education serve as an important pathway out of poverty, yet reduced agricultural productivity due to droughts … Continued

Dr. Amber Pearson

September 29, 2017

Amber Pearson (Mich State U) Link to CV. Link to flyer TITLE Quantifying the health benefits of nature in cities   ABSTRACT The last decade has seen mounting evidence to suggest that the presence of natural environments in urban neighborhoods … Continued

Dr. Robert McDonald

September 22, 2017

Robert McDonald (TNC) Colloquium Title – Conservation for Cities Flyer download Abstract Homo sapiens are now primarily an urban species. By 2050, the world’s urban population will swell by almost 3 billion. All this growth will require new infrastructure, as will … Continued

Dr. Daniel Exeter

September 13, 2017

Dr. Daniel Exeter Using Big Data to understand the geography of health and deprivation in New Zealand Dr Daniel Exeter, School of Population Health, The University of Auckland Abstract There has been a considerable amount of research into socio-demographic patterns … Continued

Dr. Rob Haswell

September 8, 2017

Robert Haswell was a Senior Lecturer in Geography at the University of Natal: Pietermaritzburg between 1974 and 1989, before entering Parliament in South Africa first as a member of the Democratic Party and then as an African National Congress Member … Continued

Dr. Jason Delbourne Colloquium

November 11, 2016

Dr. Jason Delbourne of NC State will be coming to talk with us about his work on genetic engineering, scientific innovation and society, including his recent experience as part of a 15 person National Academy of Sciences that produced a report on … Continued

Dr. Faith Kearns Colloquium

October 28, 2016

Dr. Faith Kearns (California Institute for Water Resources), who will share her work on communicating science and increasing the relational capacity of the science community, drawing on her work on water issues and environmental change.