Environmental Science, Policy and Engineering Winter Seminar Series continues
The 2016 Environmental Science, Policy and Engineering Winter Seminar Series continues with a talk by Harvard Postdoctoral Fellow John Chung-En Liu. See the full schedule below:
Wednesday, Feb. 17 - 7 p.m. in the Nott Memorial
Dr. John Chung-En Liu (Harvard Kennedy School’s Ash Center) – Climate Nationalism: Understanding Climate Change public opinion in China
John Chung-En Liu is a China Energy Policy Postdoctoral Fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School’s Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation. Chung-En received his Ph.D in sociology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, holds a joint master’s degree in economics and environmental management from Yale University, and has a bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering from National Taiwan University. In his dissertation, Chung-En looks at the construction and governance of carbon markets.
Wednesday, March 2 – 7 p.m. in the Nott Memorial
Dr. David Sonnenfeld, Xiaoliang Yang and Xiaole Ni (Suny ESF) – Panel presentation
Professor David Sonnenfeld is Professor of Sociology and Environmental Policy and the editor-in-chief of Society and Natural Resources. He is also a Research Associate and periodic Guest Professor with the Environmental Policy Group at Wageningen University, in the Netherlands; and an Affiliate Faculty, Department of Sociology, Maxwell School for Citizenship and Public Affairs, Syracuse University. He studied at the University of Oregon and the University of California at Berkeley and obtained his PhD for the University of California, Santa Cruz. David’s research focusses on understanding dynamics of social and institutional change with respect to the environment and natural resources. David will be presenting together with two of his PhD students: Xiaole Ni who studies “The Rising Power of Expertise: Scientists and China’s Environmental Movement”, and Xiaoliang Yang, who studies “A Global Partnership Approach to Clean Energy Technology Innovation: Cooperation between China and the United States on Carbon Capture and Storage”.