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2020 Institute for Science & Policy Symposium

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Schedule

· Networking
Virtual Coffee Hour & Networking
Grab your morning beverage and tune in to meet someone new or an old friend!
· Stage
Welcome
Introducing our day one theme: The philosophy of science, trust, and human nature in shaping policy.
Kristan Uhlenbrock George Sparks
· Stage
Panel: How do biases, uncertainty, power, and inequities shape our trust in science and influence policy?
Nneka Sederstrom Eitan Hersh Jen Schwartz
· Sessions
Breakout Sessions
Check out the sessions to join one of the many interactive breakout discussions. Each one has a video to stimulate conversation.
· Stage
Panel: What lessons from this past year brought to our understanding about science, trust, & human nature and its role in policy?
Corey Flintoff Jandel Allen-Davis Daniel Sarewitz
· Stage
Keynote: Human Responses to the Dual Challenges of COVID-19 and the Climate Crisis
Kristan Uhlenbrock Elke Weber
· Networking
Virtual networking hour
· Networking
Networking Coffee
Grab your morning beverage and tune-in to meet someone new or an old friend!
· Stage
Welcome
Introducing our day two theme: A view ahead: How should we be thinking about the role of science in climate change in light of this past year?
Kristan Uhlenbrock George Sparks
· Stage
Panel: What are some lessons from this past year that have shaped your view on the role of science in shaping climate change policy and a path forward?
Karl Hausker Carlos  Fernandez Alice Jackson Katherine Hamilton
· Sessions
Breakout Sessions
Check out the sessions to join one of the many interactive breakout discussions. Each one has a video to stimulate conversation.
· Stage
Panel: How can we better communicate science and facts when misinformation abounds?
Ivan Penn Alan Miller Lauren Feldman Michael Elizabeth  Sakas
· Stage
Keynote: A view ahead: What lessons has this past year brought to our understanding about how to work across political divides to create durable climate solutions?
Carlos Curbelo Zahra Hirji
· Stage
Closing Remarks
· Networking
Virtual networking hour

Speakers

Karl Hausker

Senior Fellow, World Resources Institute

Carlos Fernandez

State Director of The Nature Conservancy, Colorado Chapter

George Sparks

President & CEO, Denver Museum of Nature & Science

Corey Flintoff

NPR International Correspondent (retired)

Kristan Uhlenbrock

Director, The Institute for Science & Policy

Trent Knoss

Managing Editor, The Institute for Science & Policy

Carlos Curbelo

Principal, Vocero LLC & former U.S. Congressman (FL-26)

Daniel Sarewitz

Co-Director, Consortium for Science, Policy & Outcomes at ASU

Jandel Allen-Davis

MD, President & CEO, Craig Hospital

Jen Schwartz

Sr. Editor at Scientific American

Eitan Hersh

Associate Professor of Political Science, Tufts University

Zahra Hirji

Science Reporter, Buzzfeed News

Nneka Sederstrom

Director, Office of Clinical Ethics, Children's Minnesota

Elke Weber

Professor in Energy and the Environment & Professor of Psychology and Public Affairs, Princeton University

Michael Elizabeth Sakas

Climate and Environment Reporter for Colorado Public Radio News

Katherine Hamilton

Chair of 38 North Solutions

Lauren Feldman

Associate Professor, Department of Journalism & Media Studies at Rutgers University

Alan Miller

Founder and CEO of the News Literacy Project

Ivan Penn

Energy Reporter at The New York Times

Alice Jackson

President of Xcel Energy - Colorado

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