Wednesday February 28, 9-10am
Seigle 248
Open to all students interested in discussing the future of climate policy
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Environmental Studies Program and the Department of Political Science are hosting climate policy expert Alex Gazmararian to present an Environmental Studies Knight Distinguished Lecture seminar on his new book, Uncertain Futures. Students are invited to attend the student breakfast on Wednesday February 28 at 9am. Please also join us for the lecture, which is open to the public, at 4pm on the same day.

Alexander F. Gazmararian is a political scientist at Princeton University, where he holds the Prize Fellowship in the Social Sciences. He studies how people form and change their preferences about political issues. His publications and papers explore questions such as how policy design affects public support for combating global warming and how voters respond to the clean energy transition.

His first book, Uncertain Futures: How to Unlock the Climate Impasse (Cambridge University Press) written with Dustin Tingley, received a best book award from the American Energy Society and the Arnold Vedlitz Award for a seminal book on environmental issues published in the last two years from the Southern Political Science Association.

He is currently finishing a book, Climate Fault Lines: The Political Geography of a Warming World, with Helen V. Milner. This book explores how governments, businesses, and citizens respond to global warming, and what these responses portend for relations across countries, between governments and their societies, and among citizens.