CRED director, Elke Weber, participated in the St. Gallen Forum for Management of Renewable Energies in St. Gallen, Switzerland from May 26-27th. For more information on the forum, click here.
Tanya O’Garra, an independent researcher for CRED, presented her paper entitled, “The Impacts of Leading-by-example on Altruism” co-authored with Matthew Sisco, graduate student at CRED, at the London Experimental Workshop on June 6th, 2016. The conference was held at Queen Mary University of London from June 6-7th. For more information on the conference, click here.
Elke Weber hosts “Webinar: Engaging Global Creative, Entertainment & Advertising in Climate Advocacy”, May 19th
CRED co-director, Elke Weber, will be hosting a webinar with Connect4Climate entitled “Engaging Global Creative, Entertainment & Advertising in Climate Advocacy” on May 19th at 8am EDT. The webinar will consider the effectiveness of climate movements and campaigns in engaging creative media & entertainment and advertising industries in contributing to climate awareness and action. Presenters… read more
CRED Co-director, Ben Orlove, along with artist, Marshall Reece will be leading a City as Living Lab (CALL) walk on Saturday April 16th at 11:45am. This event is a part of the CALL conference entitled “Ice Cubed: An Inquiry into the Aesthetics, History, and Science of Ice”. The walk will focus on landscape and the… read more
CRED Co-director, Elke Weber, was an invited panelist for a discussion on “Uncertainty as an Argument: Lessons for Politics” in Berlin, Germany. The event was organized by the German National Academy of Sciences and featured a panel of two other German scientists and one member of German parliament.
Carla Roncoli, CRED PI, will be participating in a round table discussion entitled “Brewing for Change” on Wednesday, November 11th at 7PM at Emory University. The panel will include Byron Corrales, a coffee producer for Finca Los Pinos who is also a strong advocate for sustainable agricultural practices. To attend, please RSVP here: http://bit.ly/1PUG7pI. http://bit.ly/1PUG7pI/.
CRED co-director, Elke Weber, was recently an invited panel member at the Wharton Risk Center’s 30’s Anniversary Symposium in Philadelphia. Weber provided insights on the future of risk management based on her own experiences and research.
CRED’s Carla Roncoli, will be a panelist at the France-Atlanta event, Climate Change and Humanitarian Aid – Local and Global Stakes in COP 21, on October 28th in Atlanta, GA. For more information and to register, please visit: http://www.france-atlanta.org/?p=1197/.
Courtney St. John, associate director for outreach, will speak as one of three panelists at the “Bringing the Arctic Home” dance performance on June 20 in New York, NY. For more information and tickets for the event, see below. June 20-21, 2015 The JCC Manhattan | Goldman-Sonnenfeldt Auditorium 334 Amsterdam Avenue (@76th Street) Saturday, June… read more
CRED’s Elke Weber will provide a keynote speech at the first annual Behavioral Science & Policy Conference on June 18 in New York, NY. Elke will speak on Energy and the Environment. For more information and to register, please visit: http://behavioralpolicy.org/events/.