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MESPOM alumna'18 Anita Lazurko receives Trudeau Scholarship Award

May 26, 2020

From Canada to Europe to Sri Lanka to southern Africa, MESPOM alumna (2018) Anita Lazurko talks about her journey studying climate adaptation and transformations to sustainability in multiple cultural contexts. She is currently back in Canada for a PhD at the University of Waterloo and was a recent recipient of the prestigious Trudeau Scholarship Award. We are very proud! 

New book "The Ecolaboratory: Environmental Governance and Economic Development in Costa Rica" co-edited by Guntra Aistara

April 1, 2020

The Ecolaboratory: Environmental Governance and Economic Development in Costa Rica (University of Arizona Press, 2020) explores how Costa Rica, renowned for its exceptionalism within Central America, has balanced the contradictory demands of conservation and development, and what this reveals about current and future trends for environmental governance and sustainable development.

Lecture on Transforming the financial sector to align with climate goals

Dr. Aleksandra Novikova
& Marina Olshanskaya

Tuesday, March 10, 15:30-17:00, N15/203

New publications by our PhD Candidate, Balsa Lubarda

February 21, 2020

Balsa Lubarda, our PhD candidate has just published two more works based on his research.

Lubarda, B. (2019), ‘Homeland farming’ or ‘rural emancipation’? The discursive overlap between populist and green parties in Hungary. Sociologia Ruralis. Accepted Author Manuscript. doi:10.1111/soru.12289

Energy Policy publication co-authored by our PhD Candidate, Steffen Bettin

Steffen Bettin, our PhD candidate has just published with co-authors (e.g. his external committee member Michael Ornetzeder) an article in Energy Policy. This endeavor helped him to narrow his focus for his dissertation and also made for this nice publication.