Seminar: Vulnerability, Resilience, and Participation: Learning to Adapt to Rapidly Changing Environmental Hazards

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Environment Seminar by Thomas Webler

When: Aug 23 2007 (All day)
Where: JAB 3012 (3rd Floor) noon - 1:00 p.m.
What:

Thomas Webler is Core
Faculty in the Department of Environmental Studies at Antioch University New
England. Dr. Webler's research centers around the question: How can scientific
expertise and democratic deliberation be integrated in collaborative
policymaking processes around environmental and risk management decisions? Dr. Webler
received his Ph.D in Environment, Technology, and Society from Clark University.

Dr. Webler
currently has a Fulbright Teaching Fellowship in the India Program and was a
Visiting Fellow at the Breuninger Foundation in Stuttgart, Germany.
Dr. Webler is the author, co-author, and editor of numerous books, journal
articles, technical reports, conference papers, and other publications. Some of
his publications include Fair and
Competent Citizen Participation: Evaluation New Models for Environmental
Discourse
, with coeditors O. Renn and P. Wiedemann (1995); and "Theories of
Cooperation," in E. Messow (ed.) The
Wasan Project
(2007); and "Beyond Science: Deliberation and Analysis in
Public Decision Making," in Human Ecology
Review
(1998).

Primary Contact Info:
Name: Brenda Higashimoto
Phone: 944-7531