As of September 2023, the Project has 557 associated researchers with global representation:
This consists of Lead Faculty, Senior Research Fellows and Research Fellows:
The Annual Conference is the key event each year whereby the community presents collective research projects, meets in thematic taskforces and working groups, takes stock, and gains more regional representation especially in the host country.
The conference has been hosted by enthusiastic partners as a long tradition including Amsterdam (2007 and 2009) to Colorado (2011), Lund (2012), Tokyo (2013), Norwich (2014), Canberra (2015), Nairobi (2016), Lund (2017), Utrecht (2018), Oaxaca (2019), Virtual Forum (2020), Bratislava (2021), Toronto (2022) and Nijmegen (2023).
The project has four Flagship Publications whereby the community of scholarship around Earth System Governance can work with prestigious publishers such as MIT Press and Cambridge University Press. The Earth System Governance journal attained a Q1 ranking in 2023. Data for the number of these four publication outlets can be seen below:
The International Project Office is the management, communications, and administrative hub of the project. The Newsletter stands at 2336 subscribers (as of August 23) and social media channels cumulatively reach over 15,000 followers. Via a monthly newsletter, the project sources, collects, and shares opportunities for scholars in the field of research.
Do you have any more questions about the Earth System Governance Project, or how to become a research fellow? Reach out to the International Project Office at firstname.lastname@example.org