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Workshop on Energy and Environmental Research Spring 2018

UH Manoa is particularly strong in energy, environment and resource policy, which often requires interdisciplinary research. This workshop facilitates interaction among faculty and graduate students in UHEROEconomics, Engineering, NREM, DURP, SOEST and more. We also hope to draw participation from visitors and professional economists and policy analysts around the State. Work in progress is strongly encouraged!

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Spring 2018 Schedule:

Date
Speaker
Title
Slides
22-Jan
Imelda,
Economics/UHERO
Productivity Impact From Fuel Switching: A longitudinal Study
 -- 
29-Jan
Michael Roberts, Economics/Sea Grant/UHERO;
Imelda, Economics/UHERO;
Matthias Fripp, Electrical Engineering/UHERO;
Hyun-gyu Kim, Economics
"Projecting the University of Hawaii electricity bills under alternative tariffs and possible solar and battery investments"
 -- 
12-Feb
John Lynham,
Economics/UHERO
"Getting Tough on Illegal Fishing in Indonesia"
--
19-Feb
Presidents' Day
5-Mar
Jon Sweeney,
Economics
"Balancing goods and bads: A Bayesian analysis of fishery regulatory decisions"
--
12-Mar
Jack Kittinger,
UH Marine Biology/ASU
"Reef conservation off the hook"
 -- 
19-Mar
Megan Barnes, UH Manoa/Quantitative Ecology and Decision Science
 "Cost effective actions to mitigate land-based pollution in West Maui through decision models"
 -- 
26-Mar
Kuhio Day
2-Apr Kristine Davidson,
SSRI/Hawaii Coral Reef Initiative
"Hawaii Coral Reef Initiative – Applied public policy research, training, evaluation, and facilitation at the College of Social Sciences" --
9-Apr Luna Kekoa,
SSRI/Hawaii Coral Reef Initiative
"Connectivity in Government and Communities" --
16-Apr Maya Ward,
SSRI/Hawaii Coral Reef Initiative
"After the Research Paper: Working in Applied Public Policy" --
23-Apr John Lynham,
Economics/UHERO
 "Sharks" --
30-Apr Anne Chung,
UH Manoa/Hawaii Coral Reef Initiative
"Sustainability in Hawaii's Nearshore Marine Environment through the 30x30 Initiative" --