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FALL SCHEDULE 2000

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 25, Brian C. O'Neill
Brown University
Population and Climate Change: Linkages in Science and Policy


October 2, Richard Revesz
Director, Program on Environmental Regulation
Center on Environmental and Land Use Law, NYU Law School
"Markets and Geography: Designing Marketable Permit Schemes to Control Local and Regional Pollutants"


October 9, Eric Martinot
Climate Change Program at the Global Environment Facility
Renewable Energy Markets in Developing Countries


October 16, Hilary Sigman
Department of Economics, Rutgers University
International Spillovers and Water Quality in Rivers


October 23, Cynthia Rosenzweig
Goddard Institute for Space Studies
Emerging Issues in Climate Change Impact Assessment: Regional, National, and Global Scales


October 30 - Fall Break


November 6, Bruce R. Levin
Department of Biology, Emory University
Antibiotic Treatment and the Evolution of Antibiotic Resistance: A Biological, Social and Economic Perspective


November 13, Peter A. Lehman
Director, Schatz Energy Research Center
Humboldt State University
The Role of Hydrogen in a Renewable Energy Future


November 20, Thomas C. Schelling
Department of Economics, University of Maryland
Why Kyoto Won't Work


November 27, Richard Newell
Fellow, Resources for the Future
Discounting the Distant Future with Uncertain Rates


December 4, Jorge L. Sarmiento
Atmospheric & Oceanic Sciences Program, Princeton University
The US Carbon Cycle Science Plan


December 11, Adam B. Jaffe
Chair, Department of Economics, Brandeis University
Randomization and Program Evaluation in Research Grant Programs

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