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Sustainability Seed Grant Speaker Series - Shared screen with speaker view
Athena Serapio
38:26
Please put your questions in the chat. Thanks!
Athena Serapio
49:41
Please write your questions in the chat. Thank you.
william barnett
51:35
Can you use theory to update the living model over time?
kam moler
52:49
How do you think about making decisions — especially regulations in our current political environment — in realtime with insufficient information?
kam moler
58:48
please use the raised hand feature
kam moler
59:00
(or put your question in the chat)
Chris Field
59:01
I'm curious about how the living model concept integrates the concept that people get so frustrated about a rapidly changing regulatory landscape?
kam moler
59:46
Next questions: Bill, and then Chris.
lea rosenbohm
01:00:49
Jenny what do you see as ways to encourage greater participation in co-production or what are the barriers from an academic perspective
kam moler
01:02:03
Next questions: Chris, and then Lea.
richard nevle
01:04:54
I’m interested in hearing your thoughts related to co-production in relation to community-based knowledge/expertise versus (or conjoined with) approaches informed by machine learning.
kam moler
01:06:06
Chris, then Lea, then Newsha
jenny suckale
01:11:04
There is a clear parallel to sea-level rise predictions here, where many decision-makers want “point predictions”, but these are scientifically hard to defend.
Bruce Cain
01:11:21
Were your findings adopted by the community partners, and were there any lessons learned about implementation?
Natalie Herbert
01:13:01
+1 to the new school needing more Dereks!
Athena Serapio
01:13:48
Join us next week on Sept 8 “Initiative for Environmental Equity and Sustainability at Stanford” https://events.stanford.edu/events/921/92193/
Preeti
01:14:13
And a huge kudos to Derek for helping map out this ecosystem of who is doing what. It’s in the works!
kam moler
01:14:40
@Newsha, I think we aren’t going to get to your question. Would you put it in the chat so people at least know what it is?
derek ouyang
01:15:27
Richard -- that's an important continuing question, of how community-based knowledge and data-driven methods can best co-exist. In our particular case, given our open collaboration environment, I think everybody including the community orgs were able to agree on the complementary roles of the two modes of knowledge.
fiorenza micheli
01:15:54
thank you!
Dan Ho
01:16:04
Thanks everyone!
Sibyl Diver
01:16:05
Thank you for the excellent community-based work!
Noah Diffenbaugh
01:16:08
Thank you!!
jenny suckale
01:16:14
Thank you everyone.
scott fendorf
01:16:14
Thanks!
richard nevle
01:16:15
Thank you all, and thank you Derek for that answer!