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2016 Annual Convention of the International Studies Association (ISA)

United States of America
Atlanta
Event start: 20160315
End date: 20160318

Event description

The Earth System Governance research alliance will once again be strongly represented at the Annual Convention of the International Studies Association (ISA), 16-19 March 2016 in Atlanta, USA

Many members of the Earth System Governance Lead Faculty, Earth System Governance Research Fellows and Senior Research Fellows, as well as Scientific Steering Committee members will attend the convention. They will present their research findings and publications, discuss new research activities, and network with more than 5.000 other participants.

The Earth System Governance Project is proud to also once again be a co-host of the ISA Environmental Studies Section (ESS) Reception. The reception will be held on 17 March 2016.

Details of all presentations are available on the website for the 2016 ISA Annual Convention.

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