VIDEO: GEGI’s Ray at Watson Institute Conference
Becky Ray, research fellow for the Global Economic Governance Initiative, spoke at the Watson Institute for International Studies at Brown University. The topic was “Chinese-Latin American Relations in a Warming World: Toward a More Sustainable Paradigm?”
Ray’s remarks were made in 2014 and video from the conference was published on Jan. 20.
The aim of the conference is to analyse Chinese-Latin American relations and explore some of the opportunities and limitations towards establishing a more sustainable agenda in a warming world. The event is being organized by Brown University’s Climate and Development Lab at the Institute at Brown for Environment and Society and the Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies at the Watson Institute. It is funded by the Fundación Botín.
You can view the entire video here.
“It is great to see that GEGI Researcher Becky Ray has been able to present GEGI’s findings across the world,” said Kevin Gallagher, co-director of the Global Economic Governance Initiative, which is an affiliated center with the Pardee School of Global Studies at Boston University. “In the past few months she has taken GEGI’s findings and message to Ecuador, Peru, Washington, and now Brown University.”