Update: Watch Now – CCST Releases Report on “The Costs of Wildfire in California”

October 22, 2020 | ,  

Costs of Wildfire in California, Report Release, Oct 29, 12:30pm

 

Update (10/29/20): The report is now available to download:
https://ccst.us/reports/the-costs-of-wildfire-in-california-2/

A Virtual CCST Report Release Briefing:

The Costs of Wildfire in California

Held Thursday, Oct. 29
12:30 PM – 1:30 PM (Pacific)

Join CCST for a release and overview of our latest report, “The Costs of Wildfire in California: An Independent Review of Scientific and Technical Information.” The study was funded by our partners at the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation.

Featuring:

Executive Summary:

Michael Wara, PhD, JD
Chair, Steering Committee
Stanford University

Authors:

Teresa Feo, PhD
CCST

Samuel Evans, PhD
Mills College

 

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Full Steering Committee:

Michael Wara, PhD, JD
Chair, Steering Committee
Stanford University

Judson Boomhower, PhD
Assistant Professor, Economics
UC San Diego

Kate Dargan
Co-Founder, Board Chair
Interra

Peter Larsen, PhD
Research Scientist and Dept. Group Leader
LBNL

Mary Prunicki, PhD
Director, Air Pollution and Health Research
Sean N. Parker Center for Allergy & Asthma Research
Stanford University

Alexandra D. Syphard, PhD
Chief Scientist
Vertus Wildfire Insurance Services

 

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