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Spring 2016: Christiana Figueres at UMass Boston; UN SAB Meeting; IGERT Symposium; Janos Pazstor at UMass Boston; Natalia at UNEA-2 and ACUNS; Gabriela Wins ACUNS Award; Michael named future leader in agriculture; Maria joins Global Young Academy; Visiting Fellows; New publications; Issue Brief 13
Winter 2016: REDI Africa in Addis Ababa; IGERT students visit Ethiopia; Christiana Figueres to speak at EMK Institute; Center releases 2014-15 Progress Report; Maurice Strong’s legacy celebrated in Ottawa; Two new Global Leadership Dialogues; Center delegation attends COP21; Rachel Kyte speaks at UMB; Matt McWhorter hired at Federal Energy Regulatory Commission; Maria Ivanova and Natalia Escobar-Pemberthy publish book chapter.
Fall 2015: ECI work continues; UN SAB presents at UN; Stanley Johnson awarded RSPB Medal; UMass Boston at ACUNS; Michael Denney wins summer fellowship prize; GRP project reaches final stage; Dean Sir Peter Crane visits UMass Boston; AAU Delegation visits UMB; Issue Brief 11 released; Two new Global Leadership Dialogues
Spring 2015: Maria Ivanova is Andrew Carnegie Fellow; Kamal Bawa elected Fellow of the Royal Society of London; Wondwossen Wondemagegnehu receives international fellowship; Global Resilience Partnership; John Matuszak, Elliott Harris and Harris Gleckman speak at UMass Boston; Issues 1 and 2 of second volume of Global Leadership Dialogue series published.
Fall 2014: Kamal Bawa receives MIDORI prize; Craig Murphy addresses Human Security Association Meeting; Maria Ivanova at UN High Level Political Forum; Conflict studies and global governance conference; Stanley Johnson to speak at UMass; Issue brief 10 released.
Spring 2014: Christiana Figueres Commencement address; AAU visit; Environmental Conventions Initiative; Maria Ivanova appointed to UNU Board; Negusu Aklilu publishes article; Ben Cashore visits UMass.
Winter 2013/14: Center launches Environmental Conventions Initiative; Maria Ivanova attends first Science Advisory Board meeting; Center launches new collaborations with HoA-REC&N and Yale GEM initiative; Issue Brief 9 published.
Fall 2013: Center announces progress report; Maria Ivanova appointed to Scientific Advisory Board; Issue Brief 8 published; Tse Yang Lim receives award for publication.
IGERT Announcement: UMass Boston receives $3.1 million Integrative Graduate Education and Research Traineeship grant from the National Science Foundation.
Spring 2013: Christina Figueres speaks at UMass Boston; Center at UNEP governing council; new documentary; Katell LeGouvlen at UMass; Issue Brief 7.
Holiday Greeting 2012: First PhD cohort in Global Governance and Human Security; Thanks to subscribers and followers for support.
Fall 2012: Center launches projects and publications at Fall event; a delegation from UMass Boston participates in Rio+20; Center launches Readers’ Guide; Craig Murphy receives distinguished scholars award.
Spring 2012: Kamal Bawa receives Gunnerus Sustainability Award and elected to American Academy of Arts and Sciences; UMass Boston and UNEP partner initiative; Uttam Shrestha wins ‘Earth and You’ photo competition; Planet Under Pressure.
Winter 2011/12: First newsletter of the Center; Introduction to publications, fellows, and collaborators.
Spring 2011: Last newsletter of the GEG before transition to Center; Rio+20 approaching; production of outcome report from Gilon; CITES and biodiversity cluster.
Winter 2010/11: GEG project participates in UNEP Governing Council; UNEP reform agenda in Nairobi; Civil society advisory groups and UNEP.
Fall 2010: New GEG Website; GEG moves to Boston; Regional GEG events; UNEP documents on IEG reform.
GEG Newsletter Special Edition Summer 2010: High-level process on international environmental governance reform; GEG Project is receiving applications for Civil Society Advisory Group on IEG; Opportunities to contribute to the IEG process; IEG reform timeline; and announcements on the GEG Project Team and Network
Spring 2010: GEG Project newest documentary, Quest for Leadership; GEG Forum recognized as influential in the international environmental governance process; 11th Special Session of the UNEP Governing Council/Global Ministerial Environment Forum; current events, news appearances, and announcements on the GEG Project Team and Network
Winter 2009/10: GEG Project participation in Copenhagen; the 10th National Conference on Science, Policy and the Environment; and Alternatives Economiques’ interview with GEG Project Director Maria Ivanova; current events, news appearances, and announcements on the GEG Project Team and Network
Fall 2009: Discussion of the GEG Project Forum in Glion, Switzerland; GEG Project publishes Glion Forum Report- “Global Environmental Governance in the 21st Century: Way Ahead Wide Open,” documentaries ”Quest for Symphony” and “Global Environmental Governance: Way Ahead Not Closed”; current events, news appearances, and announcements on the GEG Project Team and Network