Conversation with Prof Anne Merrild Hansen, Fulbright Arctic Initiative Scholar, and Rosi Kerr, Director of the Sustainability Office to discuss Energy Extraction in the Arctic.
Dartmouth Energy Collaborative Thursday Lunch: Energy Extraction in the Arctic
January 25, 2018
Occom Commons - Goldstein Hall
Our next pizza lunch on January 25th will be an extension of the talk hosted by Arctic Studies with Professor Anne Hansen on January 24th. Come continue the conversation with Anne in a casual setting as she sits down with Rosi Kerr, Director of the Sustainability Office, to discuss energy extraction in the Arctic.
Anne's work focuses on impacts on the Arctic related to impacts from oil and gas extraction. You can read more about Anne here:
Anne Merrild Hansen is Professor of Social Science, Arctic Oil and Gas Studies at Ilisimatusarfik, Associate Professor in Environmental Assessment and the Arctic at Aalborg University, Denmark, and a Fulbright Arctic Initiative scholar 2015-2016 with University of Alaska, Fairbanks. She is also a member of the regional 'Adaptation Actions for a Changing Arctic' team on Baffin Bay-- Davis Strait for the Arctic Council. She has published widely on impacts assessments related to extractive industries, social indicators and determinants of wellbeing in the Arctic. Anne specialises in participatory and engaging research practices. She is a member of the International Association for Impact Assessment. Anne holds a PhD in environmental planning (2011) and a MSc in Engineering (2002) from Aalborg University.
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