Tuesday, October 16, 2007

Ocean Policy Briefing/Climate Change Briefing

EVENT: Ocean Policy Briefing/Climate Change Briefing, 10/29, 10am -2pm
Sea Grant/AAAS Fellows Briefing October 29, 2007

Following on the success of our March Knauss Sea Grant Fellows briefing, the Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions at Duke University will be holding a second session primarily for current Sea Grant and American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Fellows on October 29, 2007. We anticipate over 60 participants representing different branches of government who are all involved in informing policy through the best science. There will be two separate sessions, one on Oceans Policy and the other on Climate Policy, followed by a working lunch where we will break out into groups and discuss opportunities in this Congress and beyond regarding these issues. We will bring attention to the Nicholas Institute as a resource and conduit of the latest scientific research.

When: Oct 29, 2007 10am – 2pmWhere: Reserve Officers Association One Constitution Ave, NE Washington, DC 20002

Agenda10:00-11:00 Oceans Policy: Opportunities to move from Discussion to Action: An Interactive DialogueRafe Sagarin and Sheril Kirshenbaum

11:00-Noon Climate Policy: All the Moving Parts and Key Issues under DebateNicole St.Clair and Lydia Olander

Noon – 2pm Lunch and DiscussionPossible Topics:• The interface of Oceans and Climate Policy• Law of the Sea: Does it Matter?• Iron Fertilization: Environmental Economic and Legal Challenges• How Forests, Farms, and Public Lands can be counted in Climate Policy• Avoided deforestation in international and national climate policy

PLEASE RSVP BY EMAIL TO sheril.kirshenbaum@duke.edu BY TUESDAY OCT 23,AND NOTE WHICH LUNCH TOPICS YOU WOULD BE INTERESTED IN JOINING OR SUGGEST ANOTHER ONE.

1 comment:

Sheril said...

* please note *

This event is for AAAS and Sea Grant Fellows (as noted in the title).

Students interested in coming can email me and we will let you know if there is space.

Thank you.
Sheril

sheril.kirshenbaum@duke.edu