5546 Telling it Like It Is: The Power of Narrative in Environmental Networks

Monday, February 21, 2011: 9:45 AM
156 (Washington Convention Center )
Mrill Ingram , University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI
The importance of social networks is highlighted in multiple theories of how environmental decisions are made and how policies are formed. Networks are particularly important determinants of innovation and knowledge production, two processes that can fundamentally alter sustainability outcomes. This talk explores these key linkages between social networks and sustainability in the context of water resource issues.
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