Seminars & Workshops

CEDM Seminar – Katharine Mach – 5/6/16 @ 12:00pm

Date: 5/6/16
Time: 12:00pm
Location: Wean Hall 3701 Conference Room
Speaker: Katharine Mach
Topic: Assessment in a changing climate: IPCC AR5 and beyond

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Climate change assessment by the IPCC and many others has definitively taken stock of the climate problem: unequivocal warming, widespread observed impacts, and serious …

CEDM Seminar – Leah Stokes – 5/2/16 @ 12:00pm

Date: 5/2/16
Time: 12:00pm
Location: Wean Hall 3701 Conference Room
Speaker: Leah Stokes
Topic: Electoral Backlash Against Climate Policy: A Natural Experiment on Retrospective Voting and Local Resistance to Public Policy

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Retrospective voting studies typically examine policies where the public has common interests. By contrast, climate policy …

CEDM Seminar – Tony Roulstone – 4/19/16 @ 10:30am

Date: 4/19/16
Time: 10:30am
Location: Wean Hall 3701 Conference Room
Speaker: Tony Roulstone
Topic: Engineering factors that drive SMR economics

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The United Kingdom is considering whether to build a series of SMRs after the current 16 GW large reactor program to increase the nuclear share of electricity …

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Dr. Ines Azevedo, Energy Pathways, Policies and Decisions, Carnegie Mellon Energy Week 2016

Dr. Ines Azevedo, Associate Professor of Engineering and Public Policy, Co-Director, Climate and Energy Decision Making Center, Carnegie Mellon University provides an “Andy Talk” (20 minutes or less) on Energy Pathways, Policies, and Decisions during Carnegie Mellon’s Energy Week 2016.

Watch the video here.…

The National Academies post video featuring Ines Azevedo

Panel on Issues, Methods, and Approaches for Characterizing and Communicating Risk in Climate Assessment. Watch the video here.…

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CEDM News: Granger Morgan Testifies Before Congress

Speaking before the House Science and Technology Committee, Granger Morgan highlighted actions that could make the nation’s electricity supply less vulnerable and more resilient, which could save lives.

He focused on strategies to avoid physical disruption of the power system; strategies to speed the process of repairing …

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The Climate and Energy Decision Making (SES-0949710) is funded through a cooperative agreement between the National Science Foundation and Carnegie Mellon University.
CEDM is anchored at the Department of Engineering and Public Policy at Carnegie Mellon University, and includes also the following institutions:

  • Duke University
  • University of Leeds

  • University of British Columbia
  • University of Calgary

  • International Risk Governance Council
  • Woods Hole

  • Penn State
  • RAND Pittsburgh

  • George Mason
  • RAND Santa Monica

  • Vermont Law School

  • Hover over each institute's name to show its map location, click to view its website.