Talks & Videos

Climate change polarization (M. Burgess, Climate Generation’s Teach Climate Network Summer Institute for Climate Change Education, July 20, 2023). 

Five considerations for 21st-century climate policy (M. Burgess, FIU Environment Forum, March 9, 2023; starts at 44:45). 

The role of technology in a bipartisan approach to climate change (M. Burgess, 2022 Social Science and Sustainability Technology Workshop, October 21, 2022; starts at 5:52:42).

Climate change polarization (M. Burgess, 2022 Climate Generation Summer Institute, July 20, 2022).


Economic growth and climate change: the big picture (M. Burgess, 2021 Florida Climate Forecast Conference, Climate Adaptation Center & University of South Florida Sarasota-Manatee, Nov 19, 2021).

Implications of slowing economic growth for climate change and society (M. Burgess, Howard H. Baker Jr. Center for Public Policy, University of Tennessee Knoxville, Nov 4, 2021).

What should we do about slow growth? (M. Burgess, Bruce D. Benson Center for the Study of Western Civilization, University of Colorado Boulder, Sept 21, 2021).

Honors Convocation address (R. Marshall, May 6, 2021).

Advancing bipartisan decarbonization policies: Lessons from state-level successes and failures (R. Marshall, Women in Data Science (WiDS) Raleigh-Nashville, April 22, 2021). Video here.

Science@Home: Environmental Economics in a Polarized World (M. Burgess, CIRES Science@Home, December 1, 2020).

IPCC baseline scenarios have over-projected CO2 emissions and economic growth (video abstract for Burgess et al. 2021 Environmental Research Letters 16: 014016). Video here.

Surprising global tradeoffs and synergies between fisheries and conservation (M. Burgess, UBC Institute for the Oceans and Fisheries, Vancouver, Canada, November 22, 2018).