Negotiating the Gulf Disaster with Larry Susskind

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Soap Box: Negotiating the Gulf Disaster
Tuesday, September 26, 2010

Speaker: Larry Susskind

Time: 6:00p–7:30p

Location: N52, MIT Museum

Soap Box: The Gulf Oil Spill & Its Consequences

The MIT Museum sponsors a series of salon-style, early-evening  conversations with cutting-edge scientists and engineers who are making the news that really matters.

Larry Susskind, MIT’s Ford Professor of Urban Studies and Planning, and Vice Chair of the Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School, is asking the tough questions. Should those affected by the Gulf oil spill receive compensatory payments? What’s the best way to guarantee the future safety of offshore oil and gas facilities? Add your voice to this important discussion about how public policy can help us prevent or navigate these situations in the future.

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Open to: the general public

Cost: free admission

Sponsor(s): MIT Museum

For more information, contact:
Josie Patterson

The Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School
501 Pound Hall
1563 Massachusetts Avenue
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138
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