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ESG Research Trip 2018: Visit to Geneva

Event start: 20180528
End date: 20180530

Event description

When: Monday 28 May to Wednesday 30 May 2018

For whom: research fellows of the Earth System Governance project

Where: University of Geneva, The International Environmental House, The Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies

The meeting is part of the 2018 ESG Research Trip in Europe. We aim to bring together research fellows of the Earth System Governance Project in order to share ongoing projects and discuss new research directions.

The programme includes the following:

  • Exchange about the new Earth System Governance Science Plan and related research activities of the Institute for Environmental Studies University of Geneva and Mountain Research Initiative
  • Visit to GEN team, GRID DEWA, UNITAR and other UN agencies at The International Environment House
  • Workshop on Research and Action in Earth System Governance


For a detailed programme see the attached invitation.

You are welcome to join the full programme or parts of it. Please register by sending an email to Nidia Catherine Gonzalez at, by 25 May.

We hope to see many of you!

ESG Research Trip Geneva organizing team – Yixian Sun & Nidia Catherine Gonzalez

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