RPM wins C3E

CIERP Research Fellow Rebecca Pearl-Martinez received the 2016 Advocacy Award from C3E.

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Better understanding the adoption of agricultural technologies.

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Christiana Figueres

CIERP features speakers like the UNFCCC's Christiana Figueres.

Laura Honduras

PhD student Laura Kuhl’s fieldwork took her to Ethiopia and Honduras.

Daniel Reifsnyder

CIERP hosts Fletcher alumni to speak on climate change and the global response.

Zaheer Fakir WRI

CIERP hosts climate finance experts to speak to students of environment and resource policy.

CIERP Students

CIERP students are challenged to think about contemporary policy issues.

Paul Polman is the inaugural speaker for CIERP's Global Speakers Series

CIERP's Global Speakers Series featured Paul Polman as its inaugural speaker.

CIERP, The Fletcher School

CIERP develops innovative approaches to sustainable, environmentally responsible global development.

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CIERP partners with Professors of Practice to bring real-world knowledge into the classroom

CIERP partners with Professors of Practice to bring real-world knowledge into the classroom.

CIERP, The Fletcher School

The Center partners with various organizations to host conferences, speakers and networking opportunities.

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REP receives C3E Advocacy Award

Rebecca Pearl Martinez, leader of the Renewable Equity Project at CIERP, is the 2016 recipient of the C3E Advocacy Award. The presentation was made at the C3E Symposium in California, an event that coincided with the Clean Energy Ministerial

New Policy Brief

Chart of CO2 emissions from Chinese overseas Powerp[lantsA new policy brief by Kelly Sims Gallagher builds on data from the Pardee School on Chinese finance for energy projects in developing countries examines the carbon consequences of China's overseas investment in coal.
Faculty on the Move

Hans Hoogeveen

Hoogeveen 2016 Currently the Director General for Agriculture and Nature Management at the Netherlands Ministry of Economic Affairs and Vice-Minister for Agriculture, has been named as the Netherlands Ambassador / Permanent Representative to the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization, as well as Permanent Representative to the World Food Program and the International Fund for Agricultural Development.  His new post starts 1 September 2016.
New Research

Agriculture Research

Land Use Policy CoverTwo new research papers published by Avery Cohn linking agriculture, land use change, and climate in Mato Grosso, Brazil.
Policy Practitioners

Carbon Pricing

picProfessor of Practice Patrick Verkooijen facilitated more than 200 government, business and civil society leaders gathered in Paris on June 10 for a high level forum on carbon pricing
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  • I’m just back from a few days away and while I scramble to take care of those matters that await me, I will put the blog aside for one more day.  Except…I love sharing pix of my local vacations.  So here’s what we found at low tide at Cape Cod National Seashore’s Coast [...]

  • Meet the staff, through their admissions tips

  • Every summer, I cook up some blog assignment for my admissions pals, generally designed to shed light on the people applicants will be interacting with throughout the year.  This year, I thought: what better way to have the staff introduce themselves than by offering a bit of advice.  So I gave them the prompt: Something [...]

  • Common Read

  • Tufts University undergraduates are encouraged to participate in a Common Reading program, which this year features the book Lives in Limbo: Undocumented and Coming of Age in America, by Roberto G. Gonzales.  Fletcher students are invited to participate, too.  Maybe you’d like to read the book, or maybe you have already read it.  [...]