November 3, 2016 to November 4, 2016 7:00 pm / 2:00 am
UCLA Neuroscience Research Building (NRB) Auditorium
Join us to learn about scientific, regulatory, and social issues surrounding the Aliso Canyon methane leak of 2016 near Porter Ranch.
We’ll explore questions such as:
Why do these disasters occur?
How can we be better equipped to prevent and respond to them?
What are local and global implications?
Michael Jerrett, PhD, UCLA Center for Occupational and Environmental Health
John Balmes, MD, Northern California COEH, and CARB
Seth Shonkoff, PhD, PSE Healthy Energy
Diane Garcia-Gonzales, PhD candidate, UC Berkeley Environmental Health Sciences
J.R. DeShazo, PhD, Luskin Center for Innovation
Katherine Butler, MPH, Los Angeles County Department of Public Health
Linda Delp, PhD, UCLA Labor Occupational Safety & Health program
Hamid Arabzadeh, MS, FAIHA, CIH, HRA Environmental Consultants, Inc.
Alexandra Nagy, Food & Water Watch
Matt Pakucko, Save Porter Ranch
Sharon McNary, KPCC Southern California Public Radio
Susan Abram, Los Angeles Daily News