The Earth System Governance Project together with other partners organized several workshops which were sponsored by the Asia-Pacific Network for Global Change Research’s Capacity Development Agenda (APN CAPaBLE). The aim of these workshops was to enhance the capacities of scientists, policy-makers and other relevant stakeholders in the Asia and Pacific region, with a view to identify, assess and propose solutions to address sustainability issues.

  • 2014 Capacity Building Workshop: “Scale in Earth System Governance: Local Case Studies and Global Sustainability”. Organised by Department of Environmental Science, Central European University, Academic Association of Russian Universities in Hydrometeorology, Russian State Hydrometeorological University, Siberian Federal University, and the Earth System Governance Project. Sponsored by the Asia-Pacific Network for Global Change Research.

 

  • 2013 Capacity Building Workshop on “Governing Critical Uncertainties: Climate Change and Decision-Making in Transboundary River Basins”, 21 – 23 January 2013, Chiang Mai, Thailand. Organised by the Unit for Social and Environmental Research, Faculty of Social Sciences, Chiang Mai University and the Earth System Governance Project. Sponsored by the Asia-Pacific Network for Global Change Research.

 

  • 2011 Capacity Building Workshopon “Climate Change Governance in the Asia-Pacific Region: Agency, and Adaptiveness”, 14 – 16 March 2012, Canberra, Australia. Organised by the Climate and Environmental Governance Network and the Earth System Governance Project. Sponsored by the Asia-Pacific Network for Global Change Research and the College of Asia and the Pacific, Australian National University.

 

  • 2010 Capacity Building Workshopon “Carbon Governance in Asia: Bridging Scales and Disciplines”, 1 – 3 November 2010, Yokohama, Japan. Organised by the Global Carbon Project, the Earth System Governance Project, and the United Nations University Institute of Advanced Studies (UNU-IAS) with financial support of the Asia-Pacific Network on Global Change Research.