- About Us
Michigan Sea Grant Extension introduces telecoupling to an environment near you
The Michigan Sea Grant Extension Program has a four-part series seeking to bring new scientific concepts to the public to inform policy discussions about future and current issues.
James Roche is a Glassen Scholar working with the Michigan Sea Grant Extension Program Office. He also is a James Madison Student majoring in Political Theory and Constitutional Democracy, and is a member of the Science, Technology, and Environmental Public Policy Specialization conducted jointly by James Madison College and Lyman Briggs College.
- Part One: Using telecoupling framework helps promote sustainability in global trade
- Part Two: Invasive species and global trade: Finding the connections
- Part Three: Telecoupling and the spillover system: Causes and effects of zebra mussels in the Great Lakes
- Part Four: Telecoupling helps us understand our disconnected seafood trade
Cindy Hudson, (517) 353-9723, firstname.lastname@example.org