PhD student Laura Kuhl’s fieldwork took her to Ethiopia and Honduras.
CIERP hosts climate finance experts to speak to students of environment and resource policy.
Better understanding the adoption of agricultural technologies.
CIERP features speakers like the UNFCCC's Christiana Figueres.
CIERP students are challenged to think about contemporary policy issues.
CIERP hosts Fletcher alumni to speak on climate change and the global response.
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.
Reports of CIERP's recent activities are available on-line.
Updated database on U.S. government investments in energy research, development, demonstration, and deployment (ERD3) through the Department of Energy released. The database, in Microsoft Excel format, tracks DOE appropriations from FY 1978–2016 and the 2017 budget request, includes funding for ERD3 from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 in raw data and in chart form.
Center for International Environment & Resource Policy, The Fletcher School
Well. What can I possibly say that I haven’t said before on the occasion of Commencement, an event with which I have a love-hate relationship. I love all the joy associated with sending wonderful people off to do terrific things. And the ceremony itself — so joyous. I shed a few tears of happiness every [...]
Students aren’t the only members of the community who close out a chapter of their lives at Commencement. In some years, graduation day also marks the start of a professor’s new less-than-daily relationship with Fletcher.
Following this 2015-2016 academic year, Alan K. Henrikson, the Lee E. Dirks Professor of Diplomatic History, and Fletcher’s Director [...]
What do bubble soccer, a brewery tour, a “Bechdel Test” party, and “Acro-yoga” have in common? They’re all among the student-led activities scheduled for this week during Dis-Orientation, the natural unofficial counterpoint to August’s official Orientation program. Like thesis haikus, Dis-O is one of those traditions that popped up one year and has been retained [...]