The International Project Office is hosted by Lund University.
News and Announcements
Norwich Conference on Earth System Governance - Call for Papers
Co-hosted by the School of International Development, School of Environmental Sciences, and the Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research.
Norwich Conference on Earth System Governance - First Announcement
The 2014 Norwich Conference on Earth System Governance, co-hosted by the School of International Development, School of Environmental Sciences, and the Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research will be held 1-3 July 2014 at the University of East Anglia.
Equity and state representations in climate negotiations
A new study led by Earth System Governance Scientific Steering Committee member Heike Schroeder and published in Nature Climate Change calls for a modernization of antiquated climate negotiations.
Navigating the Anthropocene: Improving Earth System Governance
In an article published in Science on 16 March 2012, 32 leading governance experts from the Earth System Governance research alliance argue for a fundamental overhaul of global environmental governance.
CfP - Beyond Carbon: Ensuring Justice and Equity in REDD+
Supported by the Asia-Pacific Network for Global Change Research, the Tyndall Centre, the Environmental Change Institute, the Oxford Centre for Tropical Forests, the Martin School, and the Earth System Governance Project.
News Release: U.N. Overhaul Required to Govern Planet’s Life Support System
Planet Under Pressure consortium today released the first five of nine policy briefs on biodiversity and ecosystem services, food and water security, interconnected risks and solutions, and a topic common to all: reforming environmental governance.
CfP - Lund Conference on Earth System Governance
We invite you to the Lund Conference on Earth System Governance to be held 18-20 April 2012. This conference is hosted by Lund University and jointly organized by the Lund University Centre for Sustainability Studies (LUCSUS) and the Department of Political Science at Lund University.
Policy Brief on the Institutional Framework for Sustainable Development
The Earth System Governance Project is glad to release its new comprehensive Policy Brief "Transforming Governance and Institutions for a Planet under Pressure. Revitalizing the Institutional Framework for Global Sustainability".
Earth System Governance and the Planet under Pressure Conference
The Earth System Governance Project will join the international science community at the Planet under Pressure conference to be held from 26-29 March 2012 in London.
Inauguration of the International Project Office at Lund University
April 14 marked the inauguration of the International Project Office of the Earth System Governance Project at Lund University. The event has been celebrated with guest lectures on earth system governance research followed by a ribbon-cutting ceremony and a dinner.
Launch of Earth System Governance Working Papers series
The Earth System Governance Project has launched a new online working paper series. This series is open to all colleagues who seek to contribute to the research agenda of the Project and its Science and Implementation Plan.
International Project Office to be hosted by Lund University
The Earth System Governance Project is proud to announce that starting January 2011, its International Project Office will be hosted by Lund University, Sweden.
UEA Norwich joins Global Alliance of Research Centres
The University of East Anglia in Norwich has joined the global alliance of Earth System Governance Research Centres that now brings together nine leading institutes.
Earth System Governance Science Plan - Spanish translation
The Earth System Governance Science and Implementation Plan is now available in Spanish.
New book series on Earth System Governance by The MIT Press
The Earth System Governance Project announces the launch of a new book series on Earth System Governance, published by The MIT Press. Books in this series will be of interest to the academic community but will also inform practitioners and at times contribute to policy debates.