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Winter Semester Brown Bag Lunch Schedule, 2017
Jakob Skovgaard is a researcher from Lund University Sweden, whose research focuses on the interaction between the international and the domestic levels of climate governance, and between economic and environmental objectives in climate policy. On October 18th he will be presenting on “Exploring Carbon Pricing: Why, when and how are carbon pricing policies adopted?” WHEN: […]
Dear Environmental Accountability Researchers, As you may be aware the next Earth Systems Governance conference will be in Nairobi from December 7-9. Abstracts are due March 21. See attached flier. Are you interested in being part of an AGEG panel for this conference? If you are, please email me (firstname.lastname@example.org) with your name, affiliation, title and […]