Amy Clipp (2009) gave a webinar for us that offered ideas for bridging the gap between science and policy, with a particular focus on helping scientists apply their work in complex, political environments.
As a starting point, the webinar examined the following questions:
- What do scientists need to know before they collaborate on high profile policy projects?
- How can scientists most productively work with diverse stakeholders?
- How and when should scientists share interim results?
Her stories are based on lessons learned advising the State of Louisiana on its 2012 Coastal Master Plan. For two years, she worked with Rand Corporation, some of the...
Leadership grantee Sarah Reed (Associate Conservation Scientist, Wildlife Conservation Society) and her colleague Lindsay Ex (Environmental Planner, City of Fort Collins) discussed their effort to build a collaborative learning network for practitioners engaged in conservation development.
Conservation development (CD) is an approach to the design, construction, and stewardship of a development that achieves functional protection for natural resources while also generating social and economic benefits for human communities. Successfully implementing and managing CD projects requires connecting diverse groups of professionals, including land use planners, developers, real estate...
CALL FOR PAPERS
2013 Food Law Colloquium
Maine Law Review
The Maine Law Review invites you to participate in its 2013 Food Law Colloquium. The Colloquium presents an opportunity for discussion and debate about the legal architecture of food systems in Maine, the United States, and beyond. To complement the Colloquium, the spring volume of the Review will be devoted to high-quality legal scholarship focusing on a wide range of food law topics.
The Maine Law Review seeks submissions of papers for oral presentation at the Colloquium and for publication in its Spring 2013 volume. We invite contributions in the form of articles or essays addressing any aspect...