Sweta Chakraborty | Engagements - Sweta
Engagement in risk management, food security and bio security
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Featured Appearances

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Today's Food Safety and Risk Communication Environment: Solutions-based Strategies to Improve Public Understanding

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At the US State Department hosted by the Secretary of State for Economic and Business Affairs, Charles H. Rivkin, and will feature the Secretary of Agriculture, the Honorable Thomas J. Vilsack

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Attended breakfast roundtable discussion on Plan Nord, Quebec's energy and environment sustainability plan, with the Premiere of Quebec, Philippe Couillard on Tuesday, June 23rd at the Harvard Club in NYC

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Founding member of the Behavioral Science and Policy Association and attended the inaugural meeting on June 18th at the Harvard Club in NYC. The meeting featured a keynote by the U.S. Ambassador to the UN, Samantha Powers and other behavioral science notables such as Cass Sunstein and Richard Thaler.

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Communicating Pharmaceutical Risks and Benefits: Why Is It So Hard and How Can We Do Better?


Featured Blog Posts


Featured Publications

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In a hot, flat, hyper-connected world, public perception of risk may determine if agriculture will save the planet by 2050 or destroy it. Science and technology options may hold the key to solving the situation, but, if media experience with “pink slime” and raw milk are any indication, society may be in for a bumpy ride. This article will examine global trends in food and agriculture, the interplay between food safety and public perceptions of risk, and the role of risk communication in addressing public perceptions.

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Special Issue on Risk Culture and Crisis Communication.

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A Closer Look at Germany. In: Public Administration and the Modern State.

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On 14 April 2010 the Icelandic volcano, Eyjafjallajökull, erupted resulting in a volcanic ash cloud across European airspace.

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This section discusses issues related to risk communication across a range of publicly perceived highrisk industries (such as pharmaceuticals, nuclear, oil, etc.)

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Communicating risks related to public health and safety issues requires careful consideration before widespread dissemination. Communications must first be tested before being released to the public in order to ensure that they are received as intended