Thursday, April 8, 2021
How can Behavioral and Experimental Economics contribute to solving Climate Change?
Bard College Berlin is joining more than 100 universities world wide who will be focusing on the critical question of how we can best utilize our collective resources to tackle climate change by 2030.
4:00 pm CET
From April 6 onwards, participating institutions from 50 countries will be hosting online events discussing regional level and local solutions. At BCB Professor of Economics Israel Waichman will be hosting the panel: “How can Behavioral and Experimental Economics contribute to solving Climate Change?”
Guests panelists will be:
- Johannes Diederich, Postdoctoral Researcher, Department of Economics, University of Heidelberg.
- Aurel Stezel, Co-Founder and Co-Chairman SINE Foundation, PhD candidate, University of Kiel
- Bodo Steiner, Professor of Food Economics and Business Management, Helsinki University
Solve Climate by 2030 is a project of the Graduate Programs in Sustainability at Bard College, NY. The project is co-led by Dr. Eban Goodstein and Dr. David Blockstein.
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