The goal of this line of research is to develop and test energy use interventions in the community of Fremont, California, engaging children, youth and their families in the analysis of high-resolution energy data while fostering energy data literacy and conservation.
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The goal of this project was to design and implement a community-based intervention to reduce household energy use. We conducted a successful randomized controlled trial with 30 Girl Scout troops to assess two behavior change interventions focused on energy use in (1) residences and (2) for food and transportation.
The goal of this line of research is to understand under what conditions and via what mechanisms communities undertake significant climate-related actions – in terms of collective mobilization and governmental policy – following an extreme weather event.
The goal of this line of research is to better understand public opinions and responses to fossil fuel export infrastructure.
The goal of this line of research is to examine public perceptions of unconventional oil and gas development via high volume hydraulic fracturing (“fracking”).
MPP graduates – Brittany Gaustad and Trang Tran – will be attending the Energy Policy Research Conference in Denver to present our work on liquefied natural gas (LNG) siting in Oregon.
Off to attend the collective behavior and social movements workshop and American Sociological Association annual meeting in Chicago, presenting work on renewable energy siting and fracking.
Associate Professor & Associate Director of Graduate Programs
School of Public Policy
Oregon State University
300 Bexell Hall
Corvallis, Oregon 97331