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Environmental Peacebuilding: The Year in Review and the Year Ahead

When:

January 17, 2019
10:00 am - 11:30 am

Where:

Environmental Law Institute
1730 M Street, NW, Suite 700 (Map)

Washington, DC (and webinar)

RSVP:

This event is free and open to the public but you must register.

  • For in-person attendance, please REGISTER HERE.
  • To attend via webinar, please REGISTER HERE.
  • If you are unsure if you can access the webinar via the GoToMeeting platform, please go HERE to view system requirements prior to registering.
  • All times noted are Eastern Time. There is no CLE for this course. Contact Jacqueline Kessler at jgk2019@uga.edu with questions.

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The Environmental Peacebuilding Association will host its first year-in-review event ,which will showcase important developments in the environmental peacebuilding field in the past year and preview what is in store for 2019. The discussions will highlight key stories, accomplishments, and innovative solutions. Please join us for a distinguished panel:

  • Geoffrey Dabelko, Professor, Voinovich School of Leadership and Public Affairs, Ohio University and Senior Advisor, Environmental Change and Security Program, Wilson Center (Moderator)
  • David Jensen, Head of Environmental Cooperation for Peacebuilding, UN Environment
  • Florian Krampe, Researcher, Climate Change and Risk Programme, Stockholm International Peace Research Institute
  • Janani Vivekananda, Senior Advisor, adelphi
  • Erika Weinthal, Lee Hill Snowdon Professor of Environmental Policy, Duke University