CIERP faculty engage with international policy makers at the highest levels.
CIERP Research Fellow Rebecca Pearl-Martinez received the 2016 Advocacy Award from C3E.
Better understanding the adoption of agricultural technologies.
CIERP features speakers like the UNFCCC's Christiana Figueres.
PhD student Laura Kuhl’s fieldwork took her to Ethiopia and Honduras.
CIERP hosts Fletcher alumni to speak on climate change and the global response.
CIERP hosts climate finance experts to speak to students of environment and resource policy.
CIERP students are challenged to think about contemporary policy issues.
CIERP's Global Speakers Series featured Paul Polman as its inaugural speaker.
CIERP develops innovative approaches to sustainable, environmentally responsible global development.
CIERP partners with Professors of Practice to bring real-world knowledge into the classroom.
The Center partners with various organizations to host conferences, speakers and networking opportunities.
October 26, Cabot 702, 12.30 - 1.45
Professor Jennie Stevens on:
Energy Democracy and Gender Diversity in the Renewable Energy Transition: The Value of a More Holistic, Inclusive Approach
Center for International Environment & Resource Policy, The Fletcher School
In the first of the Student Stories posts for 2016-2017, McKenzie reports on her internship in Johannesburg, South Africa this past summer.
Howzit future Fletchies! It was great to return to town after three months in South Africa this summer (or winter, as it happened to be in the southern hemisphere).
Living in Johannesburg, [...]
One of the best aspects of my job is working with Fletcher students. And of the different projects on which I work with students, my favorite is the blog. I’m very happy to be ready to relaunch the Student Stories blog feature. Each year since the series was launched in 2012, I’ve invited students [...]
Here it is, folks. The final debate of the 2016 presidential election cycle. And you’re probably thinking that you’d like to connect with Fletcher for the event. Well, you can. Several groups have put together a Fletcher Debate Watch. Once it gets rolling, you can follow along on Twitter at #FletcherDebateWatch.