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Title:Consortium for Science, Policy & Outcomes
Description:A non-profit think tank that works with the U.S. Congress on issues involving science policies and their effects on society.
Keywords:Science, Policy, Outcomes, Education, PhD Program, Think Tank, Non-profit, Government, Washington DC, DC, ASU, Tempe, Arizona
 Consortium for Science, Policy amp; Outcomes Search Menu LibraryPeopleCSPO in DCNews + EventsBlogInvestContact CSPO ResearchOur ProjectsAreas of FocusLibraryCENTSSOutreachBook SeriesReportsNew Tools for Science PolicyJournal of Responsible InnovationIssuesEducationScience Outside the LabAffiliated Degrees AboutConsortiumVision and MissionSupportersJobsGalleryContact CSPO Two Decades of Focusing on Adaptation and ResilienceRecent climate-related disasters have highlighted, once again, the importance of adaptation.CSPO and its partners have been working to draw attention to adaptation for nearly two decades. For communities beginning to rebuild after a disaster and those developing their resilience strategies, this body of work offers new ways to think about adaptation and its many benefits.Read more raquo;Demolishing the Miracle Machine MythThe CSPO summer 2017 update on the new "Issues in Science and Technology," the latest Rightful Place of Science book, and more!CSPO has a number of new publications, event, and projects that聽we optimistically think can push public discussions and policies around science and technology in new and fruitful directions.Read more raquo;Summer 2017 Issues in Science and TechnologyNow is no time for rubbernecking, according to Kevin Finneran, the editor-in-chief of "Issues in Science and Technology."Kevin FinneranInstead of wasting our time transfixed by the wreckage of a presidential administration mired in scandal and incompetence, we should be building an alternative program for guiding the country. The articles in the Summer 2017 Issues aim to do just that, to tackle the fundamental aspects of science and society that will shape the world鈥檚 future direction.Read more raquo;Climate PragmatismHow can we move past divisive climate politics and make progress on tackling climate change? The latest volume in "The Rightful Place of Science" series identifies innovative new strategies.There is a robust and growing demand for a more pragmatic approach to the climate challenge. The newest聽Rightful Place of Science聽volume, Climate Pragmatism, brings together powerful ideas for meeting this demand. The starting point of this new approach is a commitment to human dignity and the potential for innovation to drive economic prosperity and protect the lives and livelihoods of billions of people. Driven by pragmatic and inclusive political strategies, this new framework focuses on energy access, energy innovation, and climate adaptation.Read more raquo;How Can Citizens Help Create More Resilient Communities?A new program engages diverse groups of people on ways to reduce their vulnerability to climate hazards.Communities around the United States face a number聽of climate-related hazards, including sea level rise, extreme precipitation, drought, and heat waves. An innovative new forum program from ECAST brings citizens together to learn about these hazards and discuss strategies for improving their resilience.Read more raquo;Spring 2017 Issues in Science and TechnologyThe latest "Issues" looks at climate engineering, big science projects, diversifying the research community, and more.The Spring聽2017 #8220;Issues in Science and Technology #8221; explores the potential for intervening directly in the climate system to address the risks posed by climate change. Experts look at ways to responsibly research geoengineering, the governance of a geoengineering program, and the feasibility of capturing carbon directly out of the atmosphere.Read more raquo; View all CSPO news raquo;The Consortium for Science, Policy OutcomesIs an intellectual network aimed at enhancing the contribution of science and technology to society #8217;s pursuit of equality, justice, freedom, and overall quality of life. The Consortium creates knowledge and methods, cultivates public discourse, and fosters policies to help decision makers and institutions grapple with the immense power and importance of science and technology as society charts a course for the future. Learn more raquo; Study with CSPO raquo;Connect Sign up to receive the latest news and event updates from CSPO.CSPO EventsOctober 13, 2017CSPO DCScience #038; Religion鈥擡xploring the HarmoniesRecent NewsletterNovember and December 2016 View Past Newsletters raquo;Blog: As We Now Think 6 Rules for Rebuilding Infrastructure in an Era of #8220;Unprecedented #8221; Weather EventsThis post was originally published on聽The Conversation. Before Hurricane Harvey made landfall on Aug. 25, there was little doubt that its impact would be devastating and wide-ranging. Unfortunately, Harvey delivered and then some with early estimates of the damage at over聽$190 billion, which would make it the costliest storm in US history. The rain dumped [ hellip;]Read more raquo;Worried About Science Funding? Brush Up on Policy and PoliticsMichelle Sullivan and Nicholas Weller are PhD candidates at Arizona State University. This post was originally published on their blog.聽聽 Scientists are often wary of engaging with the messy business of politics for a variety of reasons. But their understanding of and participation in the policy-making鈥攁nd hence political鈥攑rocess is necessary if they wish to provide [ hellip;]Read more raquo;Eight Science Policy Career Tips from a Presidential Management FellowJordan Hibbs is a 2015 graduate of the Master of Science and Technology Policy (MSTP) program, now at ASU #8217;s School for the Future of Innovation in Society. She is currently serving a two-year appointment as a Presidential Management Fellow at the U.S. Department of Energy, Building Technologies Office in Washington, DC. This post originally appeared [ hellip;]Read more raquo;CSPO Highlights Advancing Science Policy for Sustainability Science Outside the Lab The Rightful Place of Science ResearchOur ProjectsAreas of FocusLibraryCENTSSOutreachBook SeriesReportsNew Tools for Science PolicyJournal of Responsible InnovationIssuesEducationScience Outside the LabAffiliated Degrees About CSPOPeopleConsortiumVision and MissionSupportersJobsCNSGalleryCSPO in DCFaculty and Staff in DCNew Tools for Science PolicyNews and EventsNewsEventsAs We Now ThinkAboutArchives CSPO is a research unit of the Institute for the Future of Innovation in Society at Arizona State University. copy; 2017 CSPO CSPO AZ Arizona State University PO Box 875603 Tempe, AZ 85287-5603 E: [email #160;protected] P: 480-727-8787 F: 480-727-8791 CSPO DC Arizona State University 1834 Connecticut Ave, NW Washington, DC 20009 E: [email #160;protected] P: 202-446-0386 F: 202-446-0390

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