Environmental Economics Seminars, by Series
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The National Center for Environmental Economics (NCEE) hosts three different seminar series, which feature presentations by EPA employees, other federal researchers, and academics.
- The first series, the Environmental Economic Seminars, serves as a forum for presentations on timely topics in environmental economics.
- The second series, the Climate Economics Seminars, focuses on issues related to the economics of climate change.
- The third series, the Climate Science Seminars, is a joint venture between NCEE and the EPA Office of the Science Advisor (OSA); under this series, a range of climate science issues are investigated, including forecasting challenges and impacts on ecological and human health.
Note: Hosting these seminars does not necessarily express or imply EPA approval or endorsement of the speaker’s views.
Note to media: NCEE seminars are off-the-record events. For media inquiries, please contact the Office of Public Affairs (https://19january2021snapshot.epa.gov/aboutepa/about-office-public-affairs-opa).
NCEE has hosted a range of presentations under these three seminar series, dating back to 2007. Below is a list of all previous seminars. Click on each entry to learn more about the featured presenters and their presentation topics.