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Community Impacts of Energy Development Webinar Series

Synergies and Innovations in Coordinating Energy Impacts Research: The Case of Shale Development Impacts
This webinar kicks o a series of webinars for academic year 2016-2017 that focus on opportunities for synergies and cross-boundary learnings about community impacts of energy development. Specifically, each speaker will share a brief synopsis of approaches and key questions that their respective disciplines—sociology, economics and geography—bring to the case of impacts from shale oil and gas development. Each of 3 speakers will briey share key developments and new research from across their disciplines while highlighting opportunities for emerging or new interdisciplinary approaches to solve problems.

Presented by: Jeffrey B. Jacquet (Ohio State University); Jeremy Weber (University of Pittsburgh) and Julia Haggerty (Montana State University)

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