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Events

Earth System Governance Conference May 17-20

May 16, 2011

What is the 'Earth System Governance Project?' The project explores ways to prevent, mitigate, and adapt to local and global environmental change. The vision is to introduce a system that depends less on governments for rule making, in the interest of sustaining local and global environments. The new system is inclusive of industry, non-state individuals and organizations, indigenous communities, city governments and international organizations.

May 17-20
8 a.m.-5 p.m.
Lory Student Center

The 2011 Colorado Conference on Earth System Governance: Crossing Boundaries and Building Bridges will be held at Colorado State University, May 17-20.

This conference is part of a global series organized by the Earth System Governance Project, a ten-year research program under the auspices of the International Human Dimensions Programme on Global Environmental Change (IHDP). 

Scholars/practitioners invited

The Colorado Conference will advance the Earth System Governance project’s research agenda by bringing together scholars from a wide range of disciplines as well as practitioners. The expectation is that discussions will open new and fruitful areas of research and collaboration on earth system governance.

2009 conference held in Amsterdam

The first Earth System Governance conference was held in Amsterdam in December 2009.

See more details about the conference, which is hosted jointly by the  Environmental Governance Working Group, the School of Global Environmental Sustainability at Colorado State University, along with the IHDP Earth Governance Project.

Welcome to the Rocky Mountains

On behalf of all co-hosts, Michele Betsill, Tony Cheng, and Pete Taylor co-chairs, 2011 Colorado Conference on Earth System Governance co-leaders, Environmental Governance Working Group, Colorado State University, we look forward to welcoming you to the foothills of the Rocky Mountains!


Contact: Heidi Huber-Stearns
E-mail: Heidi.huber-stearns.colostate.edu
Phone: (970) 491-492-4212