The purpose of
this site is to help students, researchers, and those in the broader
environmental and international development community locate an
array of resources on international environmental and development
site is also intended to provide undergraduate students with further
information on the International Environment
and Development (IED) semester course based in Washington,
DC and sponsored by American University's Washington Semester
Program. This course engages students directly in the real
world of international policy work in Washington, DC as well as
on-the-ground field experience in rural villages in Amazonia,
Africa, and elsewhere.
venues range from the executive offices of global institutions
to dirt floors in remote villages. For students interested
in an up-close and real-world academic experience, including internships,
research projects, international travel (including South Africa,
Brazil, and Sri Lanka), and more, please read
questions, and suggestions are welcome.
Professor & Academic Director
Environment and Development Program
are online. See our recent Brazil
photos and recent South
Africa photos here.
Review Report on the Economics of Climate
Change is available to be downloaded.
Turner says he will launch a new business venture
to provide clean power solutions. Turner plans to partner
with Dome-Tech Solar to create DT Solar, a Turner renewable
energy company. Read
Story here - from Greenbiz.com.
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