Speaker Date: Nov. 13, 2020
Many approaches have emerged to tackle reducing the effects of climate change. No one proposal by itself will likely reduce emissions fast enough for those worried about climate catastrophe nor convince those who believe fossil fuels remain crucial to national greatness to reduce demand.
It has been argued that we must adopt first political and then technological solutions to tackle the possible negative consequence of climate change.
Dr. Bullock will discuss the many components of the climate change challenge.
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Graham Bullock, Ph.D, Davidson College
Dr Bullock is an Associate Professor of Political Science and Environmental Studies at Davidson College. He earned his Ph.D at the University of California, Berkeley. He also holds an M.P.A. from Harvard University and an A. B. from Princeton University. His areas of expertise are: U.S. Politics, Environmental Politics and Policy, Citizenship and Deliberative Policymaking and China/East Asia.
Dr. Bullock teaches courses in American politics and environmental politics, with a focus on how individual citizens, consumers, and policy entrepreneurs engage in collective action.