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Discussing Science Based Policy

An Environmental Policy Research Project

You will find the latest information about us on this page. Here is where we will post links and titles of articles written on candidate policy and project actiities. 

 

Our project members have experience in writing and publishing, with publications in academic publications including Ecologica Poltiica, Current Developments in Arctic Law, The Cross Section, and Considering Leadership Anew. They also have engaegd in public scholarship through activity in the Center for Environmental Politics, and publications in The Daily, Pick The Brain, Nortana News, and ISSRA. 

 

This project, Discussing Science-Based Policy in an Era of Cliamte Consequences, is funded by a Science Debate mini-grant. We are very grateful for this funding from Science Debate, and look forward to expanding our project ability through their support.

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Our team is structured to provide a supportive base for each member to work and contribute to the project while also allowing for independence for busy undergraduates and graduate students. 

 

We regularly meet in work-a-thons and media reach outs to research candidate environmental policy. Between these meetings, we keep in contact and write. Later we will be engaging in Wikipedia Edit-a-thons to update candidate profile pages. 

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Discussing Science Based Policy in the Media

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Here we will be providing updates on our candidate policy write-ups and written projects contributed and led by team members. 

 

With many of our team members located in the Pacific Northwest, our home base is in Seattle. This is an excellent fit for the project due to the care and support the Pacific Northwest community holds for politics, with a particular focus on environmental policies. 

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