College of Natural Resources, UC Berkeley

Hot Spots in California's Forests

April 7, 2006

Politics, Fires, Carbon and Conversions

Everyone loves forests, but have we loved them too much? Public misconceptions threaten forest health and ownership, while climate change is the gorilla in the corner. Can political stalemates be unlocked? Are policy changes possible?

A seminar by Andrea Tuttle, visiting CNR faculty member and former director of California's Dept. of Forestry and Fire Protection

Weds April 12, 4 p.m. -- 103 Mulford


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