Dean Najam argues that maintaining a focus on the great global challenges of our times, such as sustainable development and conservation, is even more important when these ideas are begin challenged by other geopolitical forces.
Professor Selin argues that private governance – the enactment of state-like governance functions by non-state actors – can undermine the potential for international state-based governance to become more stringent; such is the case for international pesticide governance.
The Sprout Award is given annually to the best book in the field of international environmental studies – one that makes a contribution to theory and interdisciplinarity, shows rigor and coherence in research and writing, and offers accessibility and practical relevance.
In his remarks, Ambassador Garčević discussed energy vulnerability as a segment of the overall economic and political instability of the Western Balkans and where the EU stands in the Eastern Mediterranean geopolitical equation.
“This is the age of adaptability. Climate change is no longer a future issue. Anyone who talks about it as if it is a future issue is lying.”
“If [the United States and China] could set aside their differences and explore frameworks of substantial cooperation, they could provide a sizable boost to global climate efforts.”
Professor Selin talks through some of his favorite books about various chemical elements and explains why they’re vital to understanding the world around us.
Professor Ferretti will assume the role of VP, Office of Compliance Advisor Ombudsman (CAO) on or around January 1, 2021.
Dean Adil Najam explored the lessons to be learned from the environmental impact of COVID-19 on a recent CERP podcast.
Dean Adil Najam discussed evolving global and national climate policy during a recent Afkar e Taza ThinkFest panel.
Dean Adil Najam spoke at two conferences related to environmental policies held at the Fletcher School (Tufts University) and at the Harvard Business School.
Dean Adil Najam spoke at an international workshop on “Abrahamic Traditions and Environmental Change” held on the island of Rhodes, Greece.
Prof. Henrik Selin gave a talk about humans’ use of mercury over a 5000-year period, and its environmental impact.
Dean Adil Najam discusses economic and environmental questions in Pakistan over the lack of transparency about the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor.
Dean Adil Najam is the new Chair of the Luc Hoffmann Institute’s Advisory Board.
Dean Adil Najam was re-elected to the Board of Trustees of WWF-International, one of the world’s largest conservation organization.
Henrik Selin submits expert testimony to the UK parliament on EU environmental policy.
The French ambassador who played a leading role in facilitating the recent global climate change agreement in Paris will provide a “behind the scenes” account of how the pact was reached.
Professor Henrik Selin co-authors research paper in Annual Review of Environment and Resources.
From protecting endangered sea turtles to propelling her team toward lacrosse gold, Maddie Curley (Pardee’18) never lets up.