Environmental Conflict Management - Local Lessons by CSUCI Professor
“Environmental War and Peace"
“Environmental War and Peace: Environmental Conflict Management & Policy Development”
Traceylee Clarke, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Communication
Location: Thousand Oaks Library
Date: October 18, 2017
Abstract: Dr. Clarke will discuss the unique aspects of environmental conflict and current practices in the field to address controversial issues. The National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) and collaborative policy development processes will be highlighted using local case studies from Ventura County. Dr. Clarke is an associate professor of environmental communication at CSU Channel Islands and focuses her research on the role of language in the management of natural resource conflicts and the shaping environmental policy. She is also an environmental mediator and works on policy projects with the Bureau of Land Management, the Forest Service and the National Parks Service.