It’s complicated: Humanity’s relationship with nitrogen

20 April 2018, 12.50 PM - 20 April 2018, 2.00 PM

Wills Memorial Building Room 3.33, University of Bristol

Professor David Kanter is a Bristol graduate, who took the groundbreaking BSC Chemistry and Law.  From his PhD at Princeton  he is now Assistant Professor at New York exploring  nitrogen pollution and how to develop policies that reflect its unique chemistry. It connects law, public policy and chemistry - asking the question - how do we identify the right legal and policy instruments to properly reflect nitrogen’s role.

This is of interest to biogeochemists, chemists, those interested in climate change, water, environmental law and policy and regulatory control. 

We hope this event will generate new interdisciplinary connections between colleagues.

This event is open to all University of Bristol staff and students. 

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