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Environmental Problem-Solving: Balancing Science and Politics Using Consensus Building Tools: Guided Readings and Assignments from Mit's Training Prog (Anthem Environment and Sustainability Initiative (Aesi))

Environmental Problem-Solving: Balancing Science and Politics Using Consensus Building Tools: Guided Readings and Assignments from Mit's Training Prog (Anthem Environment and Sustainability Initiative (Aesi))

Current price: $150.00
Publication Date: October 31st, 2020
Publisher:
Anthem Press
ISBN:
9781785271311
Pages:
506
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Description

'Environmental Problem-Solving' offers a self-paced curriculum for college and university students who want to learn the basic techniques government agencies, citizen action groups, corporations and research institutions use to solve pressing environmental problems.

About the Author

Dr. Lawrence Susskind is Ford Professor of Urban and Environmental Planning and Head of the Environmental Policy and Planning Group at MIT. One of the founders of the field of environmental dispute resolution, he has been teaching at MIT and Harvard for almost 50 years. Dr. Bruno Verdini is Lecturer in Urban Planning and Negotiation at MIT, Affiliated Faculty at the Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School, and Assistant Director of the MIT Science Impact Collaborative. His research focuses on energy transition, infrastructure development, and ecosystem restoration. Dr. Jessica Gordon holds a PhD in Environmental Policy and Planning at MIT. Her research and work is on issues related to climate change, environmental policy, and sustainable development. Dr. Yasmin Zaerpoor holds a PhD in Environmental Policy and Planning at MIT. Her research and work is on issues related to sustainable urban development in the global South, transboundary water governance, and negotiation.