World Social Science Association

Formerly the Western Social Science Association

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Section Key

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AAAS - African/African American Studies
ABS - Association For Borderland Studies
AFIT - Economics (Association For Institutional Thought)
AIS - American Indian Studies
AS - Asian Studies
CDD - Chronic Disease & Disability
CJC - Criminal Justice & Criminology
CMS - Communication Studies
CS - Canadian Studies
EG - Economics General

EPN - Environmenal Policy & Natural Resource Management
GD - Globalization & Development
HIS - History
LASC - Latin American Studies & Chicano-Iberian Culture Network
MC - Mass Communication
MENA - Middle East & North Africa
NPPS - Non-Profit, Philanthropy, Social Enterprise & Entrepreneurship
NZAS - New Zealand & Australia Studies
PA - Public Administration
PFB - Public Finance & Budgeting

PS - Political Science
RAS - Rural & Agricultural Studies
SA - Sociology & Anthropology
SES - Slavic & Eurasian Studies
SP - Social Psychology
SW - Social Work
URPE - Union For Radical Political Economists
US - Urban Studies
WGBL - Women's, Gender, & LGBTQ Studies

EPN - Environmenal Policy & Natural Resource Management

EPN 1 - Environmental Policy, Governance, and Decision Making

Coordinator: Chelsea Schelly
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Affiliation: Department of Social Sciences, Michigan Technical University


Moderator: Zoe Ketola, Michigan Technological University


“Challenges, Opportunities, and Practices in Payments for Water-based Ecosystem Services: Results of a Survey of Program Managers”, Mark Eiswerth, Katrina Miller-Stevens, Ewan Henderson, Samwel Makyao, Colorado College

“The Integrated Municipal Solid Waste Management in the municipalities of Jalisco, Mexico and its alignment in federal and state policies”, Beatriz Adriana Venegas Sahagún, Universidad de Guadalajara            

“Held in Trust: How political elites are ignoring the public over Federal Supremacy of public lands”, Erika Allen Wolters, Oregon State University; Kevin Pirch, Eastern Washington University

“Public acceptance of salmon recovery strategies: Assessing the differences between Idaho’s rural and urban populations”, Monica Hubbard, Boise State University

Event Information

Event Date 04-13-2023 8:00 am
Location Ironstone