The following contains a record of past Center for Global Change events, organized according to year.

For more information, please contact Terri Jones at the Center for Integrated Study of the Human Dimensions of Global Change, EPP, Carnegie Mellon University, 5000 Forbes Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15213 or call at 412-268-1087.

1998 | 1997 | 1996

1998

December 15, 1998

Global Change Lunch Seminar series
India in the Nuclear Age
K. Subrahmanyam

December 14, 1998

Carnegie Lectures on Global Change
Climate Change or Climate Policy: Which is the Hotter Stew?
Hadi Dowlatabadi, Carnegie Mellon University
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December 14, 1998

Global Change Lunch Seminar series
Stratosphere-Troposphere Exchange: Inferences from the Isotopic Composition of Water
David Keith, Research Associate, Harvard University

Time: Monday, December 14, 1998 11:30 am (lunch provided)
Location: Baker Hall 129 (EPP Conference Room)
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December 9, 1998

Global Change Lunch Seminar series
Using A Model of Alternative Emissions Rights to Build a Consensus for a Just and Effective Greenhouse Treaty
Paul Baer

December 2, 1998

Global Change Lunch Seminar series
Science and Policy Issues of Airborne Particulate Matter (PM)
Spyros Pandis

Nov 18, 1998

Global Change Lunch Seminar series
Nuclear Power in China
Keith Florig

Nov 10, 1998

Global Change Lunch Seminar series
What the American Public Believes About Global Warming
John Krosnick

October 28, 1998

Global Change Lunch Seminar series
Controlling Multiple Pollutants: Air Pollution and Climate Change
Alex Farrell

October 21, 1998

Global Change Lunch Seminar series
Emissions from Shipping in the United States
Jim Corbett

October 13, 1998

Global Change Lunch Seminar series
The Kyoto Climate Accord
David Victor

October 7, 1998

Global Change Lunch Seminar series
The Use of Integrated Assessment Models in Studies of Public Participation
Janet Stocks

September 9, 1998

Global Change Lunch Seminar series
Renewable Energy Scenarios and Climate Change Policies
Dr. Christian Azar, Chalmers Institute of Technology

July 15th, 1998

Global Change Summer Lunch Seminar series
The Effect of Technological Change on the Efficacy of Environmental Regulations
Daniel Teitelbaum

August 5th, 1998

Global Change Summer Lunch Seminar series
Citizen Images of Our Energy Future
Janet Stocks

August 19th, 1998

Global Change Summer Lunch Seminar series
The Adoption of Niche Energy Technologies -- Why and Why Not
Neil Strachan

August 26th, 1998

Global Change Summer Lunch Seminar series
Detection and Attribution of Climate Change
James Risbey and Milind Kandlikar

May 19, 1998

Carnegie Lectures on Global Change
In a Democracy the Climate Problem Is Whatever the Public Believes It Is
Dr. M. Granger Morgan, Carnegie Mellon University

April 13, 1998

Carnegie Lectures on Global Change
Interactions Between the Earth's Biosphere and Atmosphere: Past, Present and Future
Dr. Jon Foley, University of Wisconsin

March 25, 1998

Carnegie Lectures on Global Change
Costs and Benefits of Greenhouse Reduction
Dr. Thomas Schelling, University of Maryland

February 25, 1998

Carnegie Lectures on Global Change
The Environmental Crisis: Values and the Limits of Technology
Dr. Tim Weiskel, Harvard University

1997

December 3, 1997

Carnegie Lectures on Global Change
The Global Warming Debate: Separating the Scientific Signal from the Political Noise
Dr. Steve Schneider, Stanford University

November 18, 1997

Carnegie Lectures on Global Change
The Impact of El Nino on the Rise and Development of Peruvian Civilization
Dr. James Richardson, Carnegie Museum of Natural History

Monday, April 28, 1997

Distinguished Speakers Series
Uncertainty, Short Term Hedging and The Tolerable Window Approach
Gary Yohe
Department of Economics, Wesleyan University
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Monday, April 14, 1997

Distinguished Speakers Series
Studying the Human Dimensions of Forest Ecosystems in the Western Hemisphere: the CIPEC Research Strategy

Emilio Moran, Indiana University
CIPEC, Center for the Study of Institutions, Population and Environmental Change
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  Monday March 24, 1997

Distinguished Speakers Series
When We Don't Know the Costs or the Benefits: Adaptive Strategies for Abating Climate Change

Michael Schlesinger
Department of Atmospheric Sciences, University of Illinois
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Monday, Febrary 24, 1997

Distinguished Speakers Series
Climate Impacts and the Timing of Actions

Joel D. Scheraga,
Director, Climate and Policy Assessment Division, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
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Monday February 10, 1997

Distinguished Speakers Series
What can Political Scientists Contribute to an Understanding of Environmental Policy?

Robert O. Keohane, Duke University
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1996

Monday December 16, 1996

Distinguished Speakers Series
Climate Change and Vector-Borne Diseases: Integration at Global and Microscopic Levels

Jonathan Patz, MD, MPH, Johns Hopkins School of Public Health
Director, Health Research Program on Global Environmental Change
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Monday November 18, 1996

Distinguished Speakers Series
Land Use /Cover Change: Issues for Integrated Assessment and the Social Sciences

Billie Lee Turner II, Clark University
Higgins Professor of Environment and Society
Director, George Perkins Marsh Institute
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Monday October 28, 1996

Distinguished Speakers Series
Global Land-Use Information: Integrating Traditional and Non-Traditional Sources

Elaine Matthews, NASA
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