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Earth System Governance Science Plan – Spanish translation

The Earth System Governance Science and Implementation Plan is now available in Spanish. The Science and Implementation Plan is meant to provide an overarching outline, as a common set of questions for the study of earth system governance. It lays down the basic research programme in terms of concepts, theories, research questions, methods, and cases.

The study of earth system governance encompasses all the world’s regions and must be internationally organized to make use of local knowledge, values and insights. Diversity within the research community together with strong networking is a prerequisite for studying earth system governance – this includes a diversity of languanges. With this Spanish translation the Science and Implementation Plan is now available in three languages: in the official English version, and translated into Japanese and Spanish.

The Science and Implementation Plan has been translated into Spanish by Cristobal Reveco. He is an Earth System Governance Research Fellow and advisor to the International Project Office on network development and research in Latin America. The Earth System Governance Project is grateful for his tremendous effort and thanks him very much for this translation.

Download Earth System Governance Science Plan in Spanish

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