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Bonnie Keeler
Assistant Professor, U of Minnesota Humphrey School of Public Affairs enviro economics, food-water-energy policy, environmental justice
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Bonnie Keeler May 21
Giving a talk at HQ today where they have what may be the best corporate moto ever. Looking forward to talking about the of water and policy
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Bonnie Keeler May 20
Next week I'm hosting a gathering to discuss changes needed to promote solutions-oriented science. If you have thoughts abt P&T policies, metrics or other incentives that need reform, send me a DM w/ your ideas. I'll send a detailed report back in exchange.
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Bonnie Keeler May 12
So proud of my friend and colleague for her science leadership and excellent as a lead author on the new UN report. Awesome coverage of her work in local -> global media:
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Bonnie Keeler Apr 22
Happy - we've got some work to do. Not only in cleaning up our planet, but also in addressing the legacy of an enviro movement that has excluded many from their visions of sustainability. The CREATE Initiative is working to change this:
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Bonnie Keeler Apr 12
Replying to @e_borer
The graduate school advisory board has been discussing this. I can send you their list of recommended prompts and an example statement from Dean Lanyon
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Bonnie Keeler Apr 10
The urban adaptation assessment out of Notre Dame is compiling data for U.S. cities - see . has their . Also follow the work of .
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Bonnie Keeler Apr 9
Headed to tomorrow to join conversations about water, climate change, and leadership as part of the Conference on World Affairs. Looking forward to this plenary by and hundreds of other amazing speakers.
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carni_dc Mar 22
Just posted at using new bar chart race template (a la ) to compare the greenhouse gas emissions of countries over 150+ year period. Data from Climate Watch, the one stop shop for all your Climate data needs
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Bonnie Keeler Apr 5
Great thread on leadership from the insightful with many great additions in the comments.
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Bonnie Keeler Apr 5
Replying to @e_borer @umncbs
Fantastic! Congrats, !
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Bonnie Keeler Apr 3
I'm sorry. Did you say "middle school dance competition"?
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Bonnie Keeler Mar 27
Replying to @DanHaugen @drvox
I love this article. Use it in my environmental econ course.
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Humphrey School Mar 26
How will impact Minnesota's water? “There is a perception that we are a state rich in water resources and therefore don’t need to be concerned with having enough water in the future,” said Assistant Prof. , via .
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Bonnie Keeler Mar 16
Replying to @kateknuth
I'll forward you an email w/ resources I put together for a leg committee this year.
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Bonnie Keeler Mar 15
Hey MSP parents - hot tip on a great kids music show on Saturday March 16th 2pm . Check out one of my favs from their new record here: and more at
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University of Minnesota Mar 12
Brief: Research from and partnering institutions shows that Black and Hispanic minorities in the U.S. bear a disproportionate burden from air pollution, the largest health risk in the US
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Bonnie Keeler Mar 8
Are you following the livestream of the 's "Indigenous women have always been leaders" conference today? I'm such a fan of our - thanks for inspiring words and leadership.
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Jake Herbers Mar 7
Huge congrats to Michele Girard, Andrew Butts, and Maggie Rogers for winning gold, silver, and bronze in the challenge tonight! students swept the podium!
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Jon Fisher Feb 7
Pew is hiring an economist for the conservation science team in DC. Please encourage talented folks you know to apply - this will be on my new team!
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Bonnie Keeler Mar 1
Replying to @BonnSci
Great testimony. And an awesome example of effective
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