Examining governance factors that determine the ecological and human health impacts of end-of-life medicine
Presenter: Christine Vatovec
10/20/2011

This event is part of the weekly Gund Tea Series, an opportunity for affiliates of the Gund Institute for Ecological Economics and the broader University community to engage in robust discussion about topical research, current events, and relevant theory. The Teas host visiting scholars and research associates from around the world, as well as some of the Gund's very own fellows & students.

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