Since 2010, the University of Montana Natural Resource and Environmental Policy Forum has featured speakers from a variety of disciplines providing insights into the ways in which we make decisions, resolve conflicts, and plan for sustainable use of our air, water, and lands. All programs are free and open to the public.
The Ecology of Polar Bears, Climate Warming, and the Effects on Human-Bear Interactions
7:00 PM, UM Urey Lecture Hall
This lecture is offered through special cooperation with the 4th International Human-Bear Conflicts Workshop, offered through the UM College of Forestry and Conservation (http://www.cfc.umt.edu/humanbearconflicts/)
Chris Smith, Wildlife Management Institute
From Ancient Rome to the Ruby River: Why the Public Trust Doctrine Matters to You
Noon, Room 101, UM School of Law
The forum series is convened by the U.M. Center for Natural Resources and Environmental Policy, in cooperation with the College of Forestry and Conservation, School of Law, Bolle Center for People and Forests, Resource Conservation Program, Environmental Studies Program, Department of Geography, and the Indian Land Tenure Foundation.