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Posted 25 November 2014

U.S. EPA Releases New Climate Change Indicators Report

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has released the third (2014) edition of its report on “Climate Change Indicators in the United States.” Free copies of the report, with data on 30 indicators, are now available in print and online.

Posted 25 November 2014

SRA-Europe 2015 Conference Slated for June 15-17 on Theme of “Science, Policy and Society”

The 24th conference of the Society for Risk Analysis-Europe will be held in Maastricht, the Netherlands. The deadline for submission of abstracts and symposia is January 20, 2015.

Posted 25 November 2014

Penn Program on Regulation Launches Initiative on Regulatory Excellence

The Penn Program on Regulation (PPR) at the University of Pennsylvania Law School announces the launch of an international initiative to identify the attributes of a best-in-class regulator. The project team solicits your input.

Posted 25 November 2014

SRA’s Risk Analysis Seeks Book Review Suggestions, Reviewers

The organization’s flagship journal now provides expanded coverage through its book review feature, which offers a forum for a variety of types of reviews, from short snapshots to longer in-depth reviews.

Posted 22 November 2014

SRA-Metro Co-Sponsors Seminar on “The Frontiers of Public Health and Risk Management”

The November 13 seminar, held on the Rutgers University campus, was organized in cooperation with the International Society of Exposure Science Tri-State Chapter.

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