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Fractured Communities and Unconventional Energy Development in the Trump Era

A presentation by Tony Ladd, Professor of Sociology, Loyola University

Tuesday, May 30, 2017 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

With the advent of a new Administration, what does the future hold for communities, energy development, and environmental justice? Professor Ladd will explore the implications of the recent election on energy and environmental agendas, identify key events, and offer insights into what these shifts could mean for the future.
Anthony E. Ladd is editor and contributor to the forthcoming volume Fractured Communities: Risks, Impacts, and Protest Against Hydraulic Fracking in U.S. Shale Regions ( Rutgers University Press, 2017).

Co-sponsored by:

Sociology Program
School of Public Policy
Spring Creek Project for Ideas, Nature, and the Written Word
Environmental Humanities Initiative
Women in Public Policy
School of History, Philosophy & Religion

Asian & Pacific Cultural Center (campus map)
Meeting Room
Tony Vogt
anarres at peak.org
History Department