Dr. Pete Andrews presents Environmental Policy in the Current Political Climate - Friday, October 5th

 Shalom Center for Continuing Education

Shalom Center for Continuing Education is a not-for-profit, tax exempt, education center providing opportunities for holistic education on behalf of SHALOM (wholeness, health, and peace)

Dr. Pete Andrews presents
Environmental Policy in the Current Political Climate

Friday, October 5th
5:30 pm: Potluck Dinner
6:30 - 8:00 pm: Environmental Policy Since the 2016 Election:
What's Changed, and Why Does It Matter?

Note: If you plan to attend the potluck supper before the presentation, don’t forget to bring your own table setting: plates, cups and cutlery! Those who don’t choose to attend the supper are more than welcome to come just for the program that begins at 6:30

Saturday, October 6th
8:30 am: Complimentary Continental Breakfast
9:00 - 10:30 am:
Environmental Federalism:
Can the States Solve Problems When the Feds Won't

Adheads Hall (lower level of Fletcher House, Uplands Village campus)
86A Church Drive, Pleasant Hill
(just off Main Street across from Pleasant Hill Elementary)

Richard (“Pete”) Andrews is Professor Emeritus of Environmental Policy in the Departments of Public Policy, City and Regional Planning, and Environmental Sciences and Engineering at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Among other publications, he is the author of Managing the Environment, Managing Ourselves: A History of American Environmental Policy (Yale, 1999, 2006; 3rd edition anticipated 2019), and “The EPA at 40: An Historical Perspective” (Duke Environmental Law and Policy Forum, 2011).  He has chaired and served on study committees for the Science Advisory Board of the Environmental Protection Agency, the National Academy of Public Administration, and the Office of Technology Assessment of the U.S. Congress, and the National Research Council, including two terms as a member of the NRC’s Committee on Human Dimensions of Global Change and its Panel on Addressing the Challenges of Climate Change Through the Behavioral and Social Sciences.

Shalom Center for Continuing Education
There is no charge to attend, although a freewill donation is suggested.