A recent article from the Pardee Center investigates the avoidable burden of disease associated with household air pollution (HAP), an unfolding global epidemic due to the use of household cookstoves.
The Yale Journal of International Affairs has recently published an article written by Peter Oesterling, research assistant at the Frederick S. Pardee Center for International Futures.
From May 18-20, Pardee Center Senior Scientist Dr. Dale S. Rothman participated in the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Expert Meeting on Scenarios in Laxenburg, Austria. The meeting focused on the IPCC’s Fifth Assessment Report (AR5) and its use of scenarios.
International development NGOs are constantly searching for new, innovative ways to illustrate their impact on communities where they work. Most organizations tell the heartwarming story of the little girl or boy in “X” developing country that will benefit from a donation.
On March 18 and 19, Barry Hughes will travel to New Mexico to deliver a pair of lectures, titled “Alternative Futures for Energy Production and Consumption in the US and the World.” His presentations—the first at the University of New Mexico, and the second at Sandia National Laboratories—will focus on the results of simulations on
Dale Rothman attended the second Global Systems Science Conference from June 10 through June 12 in Brussels, Belgium. There, he joined colleagues to discuss a possible research program for Global Systems Science and to further expand the community of practitioners from science, policy, and civic society who work on today’s most pressing global challenges.