Emerging Research in Environmental Sociology. Part II

Friday, July 18, 2014: 10:30 AM-12:20 PM
Room: F202
RC24 Environment and Society (host committee)

Language: English

Session Organizer:
Stewart LOCKIE, Prof., and Head of School, Australia
Mendel GIEZEN, Utrecht University, Netherlands
Changes in Exposure to Industrial Air Pollution Across the United States from 1995 to 2004 (Oral Presentation)
Kerry ARD, The Ohio State University, USA

Adapting To Climate and Biodiversity Change: The Case Of Large Canadian Cities (Oral Presentation)
Louis GUAY, Laval University, Canada

Global Environmental Change: Environmental Policies in China with Reference to Brazil (Oral Presentation)
Luiz SOUZA, unicamp, Brazil; Leila FERREIRA, Campinas State University, Brazil; Marcelo FETZ, Campinas State University, Brazil

Environmental Agency and Power in the Global Network Society (Oral Presentation)
Gert SPAARGAREN, Wageningen University, Netherlands

Policy Advisors and Scientists' Mental Models Of Policy-Making: Validating An Elicitation Method (Oral Presentation)
Katie MOON, University of Canberra, Australia

The Role of Food Safety Risks in Facilitating Agricultural Transitions: Alternative Beef Production in Alberta, Canada (Oral Presentation)
Debra DAVIDSON, University of Alberta, Canada; Kevin JONES, University of Alberta, Canada; John PARKINS, University of Alberta, Canada

Workplaces In Tncs: Can Green Practices Be Transported Across The Home-Workplace Border? (Oral Presentation)
David UZZELL, University of Surrey, United Kingdom