"Choosing the Science of Decision-Making" an interview with Roger Pulwarty and Michael Hayes

Recorded July 1, 2019 Archived July 1, 2019 20:49 minutes
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Why do people feel they way they do about issues? Why do lawmakers and policy leaders seemingly act against their better interests? And how can information be developed in a way that leads not just to greater understanding, but to better decision making? Two veterans of the climate and risk management field, Dr. Roger Pulwarty and Dr. Michael Hayes, discuss how important it is to line up the sciences, policy, and society in the way that assures the consequences of the decisions are understood by all involved. Their work includes a collaboration on the bipartisan creation, National Integrated Drought Information System (NIDIS). (Recorded 13 December 2018)


  • Greg Roth
  • Michael Hayes
  • Roger Pulwarty
  • AGU Narratives

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