Voices from the land: New Englanders’ perspectives on the future of their landscape

Wednesday September 13, 2017    10am Eastern Daylight Time

Featured Presentation by Marissa McBride (Harvard Forest, Imperial College London)

From 2016 to 2017, Dr. McBride spearheaded qualitative analyses of interviews conducted with New Englanders about their perspectives on the future of land use in the region, as a postdoctoral research associate in Jonathan Thompson’s lab at Harvard Forest.

Tune in to find out what concerns are shared across New England, and to hear about regional and sectoral differences in land use concerns and perspectives across New England.


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WEBINAR AGENDA

10:00                       Welcome & Introductions

 10:05                       Concise Overview of S3 RCN Future Scenarios Project

  • Status of reports, products, next steps & applications of working group efforts
  • How S3 RCN products will be released and applied

10: 20                      Featured Presentation

TITLE: Voices from the Land: New Englanders’ perspectives on the future of their landscape

SUMMARY: Insights from a qualitative analysis of interviews conducted with New Englanders regarding current challenges and opportunities related to achieving sustainable land use in New England

PRESENTED BY: Marissa McBride (Harvard Forest, Imperial College London)

10:45                       Q&A and Discussion

10:55                       Wrap-up and Announcements: Tune in for Webinar #2 on November 2, 2017 at 2pm

Topic: A detailed look at the modeling and mapping of the four scenarios
Presenters: Josh Plisinski and Jonathan Thompson (Harvard Forest)

 11:00                       END

 The New England Landscape Futures Project is supported by the National Science Foundation, the Highstead Foundation, and Harvard Forest.

For more information, view the project website: s3rcn.org