Environmental Breakfast Club
The Environmental Breakfast Club, now entering its 15th season, consists of more than 100 faculty and staff from all colleges at The University of Arizona, who share interests in natural resources and the environment. At a monthly session hosted by the College of Law, a speaker shares aspects of his or her current work. The sessions aim to appeal to those beyond the bounds of the speaker’s discipline.
This forum enhances communication across departments and colleges, which is a critical aspect of the interdisciplinary approach of the Environmental Law, Science & Policy program.
9 – 10 a.m.
College of Law Faculty Lounge, Room 237
|Sept. 7, 2018||David Moore||How long do trees live? Why longevity matters|
|Oct. 5, 2018||Rod A. Wing||Exploring 15 million years of genome diversity across rice and its wild relatives to help solve the 10-billion people question
|Nov. 2, 2018||David E. Breshears||Climate change, tree die-off, and ecoclimate teleconnections|
|Dec. 7, 2018||Daniel B. Ferguson||
Science to support Southwest climate resilience in a rapidly changing world
|Feb. 1, 2019||Gautam Gowrisankaran, Ashley Langer||
Escalation of Scrutiny: The Gains from Dynamic Enforcement of Environmental Regulations
|Mar. 1, 2019||Cathy Kay||South Africa’s “Dam” Water Crisis Pre- and Post-Apartheid
|Apr. 5, 2019||Erin Ratcliff||
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