Events

Water Quality Behaviour Change at the Household Level: Theory to Practice

16:00-17:30, Monday 21 October 2019 Herbertson Room, School of Geography and the Environment OWN Water Quality Series 2019-2020 About the Talk Improving water quality at the household level can improve health, but interventions designed to change water quality behaviours suffer from limited adoption and poor sustainability. In this talk, we will discuss the results of […]

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Drivers, repercussions, and remedies to streamflow depletion in the United States

25 October 2019

13:00-14:00, Friday 25 October 2019 Beckit Room, School of Geography & the Environment About the Event Freshwater resources are being heavily depleted in many regions around the globe, creating water shortage risks for people and ecosystems. In a series of related studies, we identify primary drivers of water scarcity in the United States and effective […]

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Environmental Markets: the Good, Bad and Ugly, an Astor Lecture

16:30-18:00, Wednesday 30 October 2019 Halford Mackinder Lecture Theatre, School of Geography and the Environment About the Event Economists tend to see the establishment of marketing – whether for water, pollution emissions, or the right to harvest fish or other resources – as unambiguously superior to other forms of regulation. Some non-economists see marketing as […]

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Protecting groundwater quality in a shale-gas exploration era

4th Annual Mike Edmunds Memorial Lecture 17:00-19:00, 7 November 2019 Sir Michael Dummett Lecture Theatre, Christ Church College OWN Water Quality Seminar Series 2019-2020 This event has been hugely popular in previous years, so please book early to avoid disappointment. The lecture will be followed by refreshments at Christ Church. About the Talk The development […]

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