Human Dimensions of Natural Resource Extraction Panel
Date: March 5, 2013
Time: 7:00 pm
Location: Stern Great Room
Information: Both Mozambique and Pennsylvania are experiencing a boom in gas exploration, which has produced economic, social, and environmental consequences. The panel will compare the two locations, identify commonalities, and see what lessons can be learned as a way to continue the policy dialogue.
Peter Bechtel ’81, Andorinha Azul Ambiental
Tim Kelsey, Professor, Penn State University
Veronica Coptis, Mountain Watershed Association
Erika Staaf, Advocate, PennEnvironment
Moderated by Julie Vastine, Director, ALLARM
The event is sponsored by The Clarke Forum for Contemporary Issues and co-sponsored by the Center for Sustainability Education's Living in a World of Limits Series and the Department of Environmental Studies. It is also part of The Clarke Forum’s Leadership in an Age of Uncertainty Series.
Time: Tuesday, March 5, 2013
Event Contact: Lindsey Lyons
Sponsored By: The Clarke Forum, Center for Sustainability Education, Center for Global Study & Engagement, Career Center, Department of Religion, Office of Institutional and Diversity Initiatives, Department of International Business and Management, Health Studies, Department of Environmental Studies, Community Studies Center, Department of Africana Studies and ALLARM.