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FALL SCHEDULE 1999

STEP PEI Seminar Series
The seminar series is co-sponsored with the Princeton Environmental Institute
(PDF Schedule)

Wallace Hall, Room 300
(12:00 noon - 1:00 p.m)
Lunch is provided starting at 11:45 a.m.


September 23, Calestous Juma
Center for Development at Harvard University
Biotechnology and Globalization


September 30, Lee Silver
Molecular Biology, Princeton University
"Parental Manipulation of a Child's Genes: What Form Should Regulation Take"


October 7, Daniel A. Reifsnyder
Office of Global Change
U.S. State Department
Multilateral Diplomacy: Can We/Will We Play


October 14, Norine Noonan
Environmental Protection Agency
Focusing on Results: EPA Science and the Government Performance and Results Act


October 21, Richard Duke
STEP Program, Princeton University
Selling Solar in Kenya: Product Quality in a Murky Market


October 28, Benjamin S. Hale
Doctoral Candidate, SUNY at Stony Brook
"Speechless: Non-Human Democratic Standing A Talk on Communicative Action, Animal Ethics, and Environmental Policy"


November 4 - Fall Break


November 11, Margaret Taylor
Carnegie Mellon University
The Influence of Government Actions on Technological Change in Sulfur Dioxide Control


November 18, Kara Morgan
Carnegie Mellon University
A Method for Lay Groups to Produce Risk Rankings


December 2, David Bradford
Economics and Public Affairs, Princeton University
Risk to Ocean Circulation in Climate Policy Calculus: Lessons from an Integrated Assessment Model
Report on joint work with Klaus Keller, Kelvin Tan and Francois Morel

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