The Center hosts a weekly Psychology, Environment, and Public Policy (PEPP) research workshop. The workshop brings graduate students and faculty from Bren, the Department of Political Science, and the Department of Psychology together to present research in progress.
To learn more about research by Center faculty and graduate students, please visit the CSSEP research blog.
CSSEP is the home of the Water Use, Behavior and Policy (WBP) Research Working Group, a long-term effort to study the role of strategic messaging in promoting public water conservation. You can read more about the WBP Research Group here.
CSSEP also releases a working paper series.
|CSSEP-WP9: Titling Community Land to Prevent Deforestation: No Reduction in Forest Loss in Morona-Santiago, Ecuador||Mark T. Buntaine, Stuart E. Hamilton, Marco Millones|
|CSSEP-WP8: Aiming at the Wrong Targets: The Difficulty of Improving Domestic Institutions with International Aid||Benjamin P. Buch, Mark T. Buntaine, Bradley C. Parks|
|CSSEP-WP7: Experimenting with Accountability in Chile||Javiera Barandiaran|
|CSSEP-WP6: Eco-Premium or Eco-Penalty?||Magali Delmas||DOCX|
|CSSEP-WP5: Who joins the club? Learning pathways for sustainable agriculture certification||Michael Levy|
|CSSEP-WP4: Framing Effects on Environmental Politics and Policy||Sarah Anderson, Alex DeGolia, Matthew Potoski|
|CSSEP-WP3: Social Networks and Transportation Mode Choice||Susan Pike||DOCX|
|CSSEP-WP2: Climate Action Planning: An Intersectional Approach to The Urban Equity Dilemma||Chandra Russo, Andrew Pattison|
|CSSEP-WP1: Social Choice in the Wild: Deliberative decision making and group decision stability.||Peter Towbin|