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Spring Schedule 2011

STEP seminars are held in Wallace Hall 300 (unless specified otherwise )
12 noon until 1pm
(Lunch is served at 11:45a)


February 7th, 2010 " Complementing Carbon: Opportunities for Near-Term Action on Non-CO2 Climate Forcers."

WWS MPA  student workshop group:

Miklos Bankuti
Matt Frades
David Kanter
Jenna Losh
Clare Sierawski
Aliza Wasserman
Julia Zuckerman
 



February 14th, 2011 "Smoke and Mirrors: Is Geoengineering a Solution to Global Warming?"
Alan Robock

Distinguished Professor, Department of Environmental Sciences, Rutgers University.



February 21st, 2011 " How Disinformation About Climate and Energy Informs Economic Policy In the United States"
Paul Falkowski

Professor, Departments of Geological Sciences and Marine and Coastal Sciences, Rutgers University



February 28th, 2011 " Beyond Green Jobs: The Next American  Economy and the Politics of Hope"
Van Jones

Distinguished Visitor , Center for African American Studies, Princeton University


March 7th,  2011 " TBA"
 


March 14th, 2011  
NO STEP Seminar -  Spring Break Week



March 21st, 2011   "Civilizing Fossil Fuels"
Robert H. Williams

Senior Research Scientist, Princeton Environmental Institute, Princeton University



March 28th, 2011 "How the United States Could Make Missile Defenses that Actually Work"
Theodore Postol

Professor  of Science, Technology and International Security , MIT



April 4th, 2011 "Progress and Problems in the International Effort to Prevent Nuclear Terrorism"

Kenneth Luongo

The Partnership  for Global Security, Washington, DC



April 11th, 2011 " Energy Plans, Policies, and Futures - How One Federal Agency is Influencing Your Energy Future"
The Hon. Jon Wellinghoff

Chair, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission - Washington, DC
 



April 18th 2011 "  Climate Change Mitigation Policy and Action In Eastern Europe"
Josue Tanaka

Coporate Director, Strategic and Corporate Planning, Energy Efficiency, and Climate Change -European Bank for Reconstruction and Development

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April 25th, 2011 "  Boy or Girl: Should Parents Be Allowed to Choose the Sex of Their Children"

Edgar Dahl

Institute for Ethics, History and Theory of Medicine
University of Muenster, Germany

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