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Great Lakes Climate Change Conference 3/15-3/16/07

The Environmental Science and Policy Program at Michigan State University is pleased to announce an international symposium:  Climate Change in the Great Lakes Region: Decision Making Under Uncertainty

Thursday, March 15 & Friday, March 16, 2007
Kellogg Conference Center at Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI

The symposium will feature speakers on the effects of climate change in the Great Lakes region, decision making under uncertainty, and adaptation to climate change impacts.

Speakers:
Jeff Andresen, Michigan State University
Joe Arvai, Michigan State University
Bill Easterling, Penn State University
Scudder Mackey, University of Windsor
Linda Mortsch, Environment Canada
Susi Moser, National Center for Atmospheric Research
Terry Root, Stanford University
Joel Scheraga, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Steve Schneider, Stanford University
Barry Smit, University of Guelph
Elke Weber, Columbia University
Julie Winkler, Michigan State University

We welcome researchers, policy makers, and other Great Lakes Region stakeholders to attend this important event. Multi-disciplinary panels including researchers, policy makers and stakeholders will serve as discussants.

The Environmental Science and Policy Program is happy to offer this symposium free of charge. Registration information will be available soon on the ESPP website: www.environment.msu.edu

We will let you know as soon as it is posted.

Tom Dietz
Professor of Sociology and Crop and Soil Sciences
Director of the Environmental Science and Policy Program
Michigan State University
www.environment.msu.edu

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