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What is Clean Water Worth? Values, Threats, Tradeoffs, and Equity Implications
April 14, 2022 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
The topic will be “What is clean water worth? Value, threats, tradeoffs, and equity implications.” Her interdisciplinary approach highlights connections among perceptions of value, the use of environmental resources, and social justice.
Bonnie Keeler, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Humphrey School of Public Affairs, Co-Director Center for Science, Technology, and Environmental Policy, University of Minnesota. Dr. Keeler’s work focuses on the communication of water management and policy, and the intersection of sustainability science and environmental economics. Her interdisciplinary approach highlights connections among percepts of value, the use of environmental resources, and social justice. This free lecture will be of interest for those who are interested in environmental studies, natural sciences, social justice, sustainable business and public policy.
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