Newsletter April 2006

Environmental Studies Section of the International Studies Association, Newsletter – April 2006 – “April Fools Edition”

Editor: David Downie, Columbia University
Associate Editor: Liron Kranzler

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1.1. ESS Annual Meeting – Minutes.
Environmental Studies Section Business Meeting Minutes, Town and Country Inn, San Diego, Friday, March 24, 2006

1.1.1. The meeting was called to order at 12:30 pm.

1.1.2. Elections were held, with nominees and results as noted

Vice-Chair (2 year term)
Miranda Schreurs –elected

Executive Committee (2 year rolling term; three new members; continuing members: Pamela Chasek, Matthew Hoffman, and Mike Maniates)
Liliana Andanova–elected
Henrik Selin–elected
Stacy VanDeveer—elected
Ken Wilkening

Nominations Committee (2 year rolling term; two new members; continuing members Wil Burns and Patricia Keilbach)
Michelle Betsill–elected
Ken Conca—elected
Don Munton

Sprout Committee (2 year rolling term; two new members; continuing members Hans Bruyninckx, Paul Harris, and Carolyn Stephenson)
Jennifer Clapp–elected
Pamela Doughman–elected

Global Environmental Politics Liaison (3 year term)
Tamar Gutner—elected
Barbara Connolly

1.1.3. Section re-approval of the ESS Charter. ESS Chair Ronnie Lipschutz explained that the section had to be rechartered at the end of December 2005. Because there was not electronic version of the charter available, he had to reconstruct it from a ten year old version plus such amendments as were reported in minutes of previous business meetings. Thus, it was deemed appropriate to ask the section to re-approve the Charter. Some questions were raised about voting for the new charter without the opportunity to read it. The Section voted re-approval but members were urged to raise any questions or comments with Lipschutz ( that the Charter can be corrected, if necessary.

1.1.4. Reports
a. Chair Ronnie Lipschutz: On Tuesday, March 21, the ISA Governing Council spent the afternoon discussing various matters of Association business. Membership is rising as are conference attendance and program. ISA has a respectable financial surplus, largely because of a subvention from Blackwell for the (soon to be) five ISA journals. The Council has also increased funding for child care and workshops.

The possibility was raised of capping the conference program because it has gotten so large that some panels are not attended. There were some 750 panels at this year’s conference, and more than 800 are planned for next year.

Blackwell and the Association have agreed to assemble a 15-20 volume, 7,000 page “encyclopedia” of International Studies, which the Governing Council approved with a few expressed reservations. Bob Denemark (U. of Delaware) will be the General Editor; the volumes will be organized around sections and important issues and topics within sections, and will require a coordinator and/or committee in each section. The series will be available in paper and online. The latter will be updated every two years, the former every five. The first volumes, it is hoped, will be in manuscript form within 12 months.

Lipschutz also reported on the Section. Membership seems to be down from around 250 to around 200, although it is difficult to be certain. It would behoove the Section to try to increase membership through various means. He also raised the issue of spending ESS money on the reception and whether we should spend money on other things, such as travel support for junior scholars. We do have co-sponsorships from the Ashgate environmental series and MIT journals which cover about half the cost of the reception (approximately $3,000). (General sentiment at the meeting and reception seemed against changing the reception.)

b. Vice-chair Beth DeSombre described panel allocation. ISA received 20 panels fully-formed and 75 papers listing ESS as first choice. ESS received 28 panels (same as last year) but managed to co-sponsor an additional 8 panels co-sponsored with five other sections. Allocations appear to be a function of the number of papers as well as section membership. In particular, if you have a panel waiting in the wings, you receive them when slots become available.

DeSombre made the following points:
* There is no downside to listing a second choice section.
* Propose a poster if you really want to get a paper accepted and go to ISA; posters are sometimes upgraded to panels.
* If you propose something related to the conference theme, put ESS as a second choice, if it is appropriate.

c. Sprout Committee Chair Stacy Vandeveer said that 50 books were nominated this year, and 35 were considered viable submissions (see attached list). The winner was Ken Conca for Governing Water: Contentious Transnational Politics and Global Institution Building (MIT Press). Vandeveer reminded members that the best predictor of whether or not a book is nominated is if the author gets the publisher to submit. A book can only be considered for the award if all members of the committee (five) receive a copy. Books are eligible for nomination for two years.

d. Graduate Student Paper Award: Lipschutz announced that ten papers presented at the 2005 conference were nominated. The Executive committee reviewed the papers in several rounds, and decided to make two awards. The winners each receive a signed certificate and a check for $100:

Rachel DeMotts (U. Wisconsin Madison) “Participating in Conservation: Governing on the Ground in the Great Limpopo National Park”

Diana Post (UC Berkeley) “Precaution vs Risk in the International Arena: The Case of Codex Alimentarius.

1.1.5. General announcements

a. Section finances: The question of how we spend our money with be addressed by the Executive Committee, and ideas for increasing revenues will be discussed.

b. UN meetings: Jacqueline Braveboy-Wagner (, the ISA’s UN-NGO Representative, is seeking people interested in attending UN meetings and conferences. There is no funding to support attendance but she can facilitate obtaining the necessary credentials, a long process. Contact her for information, and apply early.

c. IISD: Lynn Wagner (International Institute for Sustainable Development) announced a new publication, MEA Bulletin. You can find it at and sign up for subscriptions there. There is also an opportunity for guest articles to be submitted. Contact if you are interested.

d. ENB: Pam Chasek announced that the Earth Negotiations Bulletin needs writers who are interested in and have knowledge of the chemicals conventions (POPS, PIC, Basel, Montreal Protocol). There may also be a need for writers with knowledge of African environmental issues. If you have any PhD students or know of anyone else, have them contact Chris Spence at

e. Conference: Prof. Margaret Shannon announced a conference on Translating Global Governance Designs: The role of civil society in transition countries, 17-20 September 2006 in St. Petersburg, Russia. It is co-sponsored by the Center for Independent Social Research and SUNY Buffalo School of Law and Baldy Center.

f. Wilson Center Fellowships: Geoff Dabelko announced that applications are now available. Go to for more information.

1.1.6. Panel proposals for Chicago, 2007
Margaret Shannon proposed three possible panels for the 2007 ISA Conference:
“The role of Civil Society in translating governance designs”
“The role of research and researchers in translating governance design”
“It’s my water: policy around the Great Lakes”

1.1.7. Other Business
Everyone introduced themselves. The meeting ended at 1:30 PM.

1.2. Message from the Chair.

Dear ESS Members:
I hope this message finds you in good spirits and looking forward to summer. For those of you who made it to San Diego, I assume you had a fine time despite the peculiar venue. For those who were unable to come, I presume we will see you next year in Chicago (brrr1). Attached are the minutes of the ESS Business meeting, including a list of Sprout Award nominees. A few additional points:
If you have not paid your membership dues lately, I encourage you to re-up. Don’t forget to tick off membership in the Section;
We are looking for paper and panel proposals for Chicago (very few were offered at the Business Meeting this year). You can find information about the conference theme at If you have a panel idea but few or no participants, please send a title or abstract to me, and I will see that it gets sent.
The Executive Committee is seeking the names of those who might like to be members of the sections’ “Encyclopedia” committee. See the minutes above for more details of the project.
We are also interested in ideas for enhancing the size of the Section’s account.

1.3 ESS Officers (Dates indicate when term expires).
Chair: Ronnie Lipschutz (2007): Professor of Politics, Dept. of Politics, 234 Crown College, University of California, Santa Cruz.
Vice-Chair: Miranda Schreurs (2008).
Executive Committee: Liliana Andanova (2008), Henrik Selin (2008), Stacy VanDeveer (2008), Pamela Chasek (2007), Matthew J. Hoffman (2007), and Mike Maniates (2007).
Nominations Committee: Michelle Betsill (2008), Ken Conca (2008), Wil Burns (2007) and Patricia Keilbach (2007).
Sprout Committee: Jennifer Clapp (2008), Pamela Doughman (2008), Hans Bruyninckx (2007), Richard Paul Harris (2007), and Carolyn Stephenson (2007).
Section Representative to Global Environmental Politics Board: Tamar Gutner (2009).
Newsletter editor: David Downie (indefinite term).
Webmaster: Marcus Schaper (indefinite term).

1.4. ISA Conferences (
International Studies Association, 2007 Annual Convention, February 28 – March 3, 2007, Chicago.
International Studies Association, 2008 Annual Convention, March 26-29, 2008, San Francisco.
International Studies Association, 2009 Annual Convention, February 15-18, 2009, New York.
International Studies Association, 2010 Annual Convention, February 17-20, 2010, New Orleans.

1.5. Membership and Email List
ESS Members are encouraged to solicit potential members and to check if their colleagues are on the email list. For information on the ESS Section, see or contact the Chair ( To be added to the email list, please contact the Chair ( and the Newsletter editor (

Agrawal, Arun, Environmentality, Duke UP
Allenby, Braden, Reconstructing Earth, Island Press.
Axelrod, Downie and Vig, eds. The Global Environment, CQ Press.
Barry, John and Robyn Eckersley, The State and the Global Ecological Crisis, MIT Press.
Biro, Andrew, Denaturalizing Ecological Politics, U of Toronto Press
Bocking, Stephen, Nature’s Experts, Rutgers UP.
Bruch, Carl,, Public Participation in the Governance of International Freshwater Resources, UN UP.
Bulbeck, Chilla, Facing the Wild, Earthscan
Carr, Mike, Bioregionalism and Civil Society: Democratic Challenges to Corporate Globalism, UBC
Chambers, Bradnee and Jessica Green, eds. Reforming International Environmental Governance, UN UP
Clapp, Jennifer and Peter Dauvergne, Paths to a Green World, MIT Press
Clay, Jason, World Agriculture and the Environment, Island Press
Coimbra, et. al. The Xavante in Transition, U Michigan Press
Conca, Ken, Governing Water, MIT Press.
Dallas, Gregor, 1945: The War That Never Ended, Yale
Day, Kristen, ed. China’s Environment and the Challenge of Sustainable Development, ME Sharpe.
Dodds & Pippard, Human and Environmental Security, Earthscan
Doyle, Timothy, Environmental Movements in Majority and Minority Worlds, Rutgers UP.
Economy, Elizabeth, The River Runs Black, Cornell Univ. Press
Farrell, Alexander E. and Jill Jager, eds. Assessments of Regional and Global Environmental Risks: Designing Processes for the Effective Use of Science in Decisionmaking, RFF, 2005.
Fisher, Franklin M., et. al. Liquid Assets: An Economic Approach for Water Management and Conflict Resolution in the Middle East and Beyond, RFF Press, 2005
Frank, Alison, Oil Empire, Harvard U Press.
Frederico, Giovanni, Feeding the World, Princeton UP.
Goldman, Michael, Imperial Nature, Yale UP.
Gunter, Michael. Building the Next Ark, Dartmouth UP.
Hargroves & Smith, The Natural Advantage, Earthscan
Harrington, Winston, Richard D. Morgenstern, and Thomas Sterner, eds. Choosing Environmental Policy: Comparing Instruments and Outcomes in the U.S. and Europe, RFF, 2004.
Harris, Paul, ed. Confronting Environmental Change in East and Southeast Asia, UN UP
Harrison, Neil and Gary Bryner, eds. Science and Politics in the International Environment, Rowman & Littlefield.
Imura and Schruers, Environmental Policy in Japan, The World Bank/Edward Elgar
Jansky, Libor, et. al, THE DANUBE, UN UP
Josephson, Paul, Resources Under Regimes, Harvard U Press
Kallhauge, Sjostedt, & Corell, Global Challenges, Greenleaf
Kanie, Norichika and Peter Haas, eds. Emerging Forces in Environmental Governance, UN UP
Karan, Pradyumna, Japan in the 21st Century, Kentucky UP.
Khagram, Sanjeev, Dams and Development, Cornell Univ. Press
Lien & Nerlich, The Politics of Food, Berg
Mason, Michael, The New Accountability, Earthscan
McCabe, J. Terrence, Cattle Bring Us to Our Enemies, U Michigan Press.
Meinig, DW, The Shaping of America, Yale.
Murphy, David, What Stalin Knew, Yale.
Payne, Roger and Nayef Sambat, Democratizing Global Politics, SUNY Press
Pellow, David Naguib and Robert Brulle, eds. Power, Justice and the Environment, MIT Press
Philippon, Daniel, Conserving Worlds, Georgia UP.
Podobnik, Bruce, Global Energy Shifts, Temple Univ. Press
Porritt, Jonathon, Capitalism, Earthscan
Princen, Thomas, The Logic of Sufficiency, MIT Press.
Ruddiman, William, Plows, Plagues and Petroleum, Princeton UP.
Sampson, Gary, The WTO and Sustainable Development, UN UP.
Scudder, Thayer, The Future of Large Dams, Earthscan
Simpson, R. David, Michael A. Toman, and Robert U. Ayres, Scarcity and Growth Revisited: Natural Resources and the Environment in the New Millennium, RFF, 2005.
Stillwaggon, Eileen, AIDS and the Ecology of Poverty, Oxford
Sumner, Jennifer, Sustainability and the Civil Commons, U of Toronto Press.
Switzer, Jacqueline, Environmental Politics, 4th edition, Thomson/Wadsworth.
Tsing, Anna Lowenhaupt, Friction: An Ethnography of Global Connection, Princeton.
Warner, Sara, Down to the Waterline, Georgia UP.

1.6. ISA Award Nominations Requested
2006 ISA Carl Beck Graduate Student Paper Award. The Carl Beck Award committee invites submissions to the ISA’s annual Carl Beck Graduate Student Paper Award competition. Since 1980, the Beck Award has recognized the best graduate student paper given at the annual ISA meetings. Submissions must be single-authored and must have been presented at the 2006 ISA meetings in San Diego. Each paper must be accompanied by a letter of nomination by an ISA member. Papers that have been published or submitted for publication are ineligible. Electronic or hard copies should be submitted no later than May 31, 2006 to: Jeffrey Pickering, Chair, Carl Beck Award Committee, Department of Political Science, Kansas State University, Waters Hall 226, Manhattan, KS 66506,
ISA Book Award. ISA has established an annual book award, going to the person judged to have produced the best book in IR in the previous year. The committee for the annual book award consists of: George Modelski, chair, Washington, James Lebovic, George Washington, and Janice Gross Stein, Toronto. If you have a nomination for the best book in IR over the last year, please send your nomination to the chair of the committee, at
The Dina Zinnes Award. The Dina Zinnes Graduate Student Paper Award is sponsored by the Scientific Study of International Processes Section and honors the best graduate student paper presented at one of the SSIP Section sponsored panels at the Annual Convention. The recipient receives a cash prize in the amount of $100.00. Nominations should be sent to the Award Chair, Suzanne Werner, at (email submissions preferred). The deadline for submissions is October 1.
The Cox Award. Established in 1997, the Robert W. and Jessie Cox Award honors the best graduate student paper of critical inquiry into international relations. The purpose of the prize is to encourage critical study of international political economy, world orders, and civilizations. Papers submitted should relate, broadly, to the main normative principles for which the Coxes stand, including: diffusion of power; democratization; mutual respect for distinct civilizations; concern for the biosphere; and, greater equality among societies, genders, and races. The winner will receive a $150.00 cash prize and a plaque at the awards presentations at the annual ISA conference. Nominations, including six hardcopies of the paper, should be sent to the Chair of the Cox Award Committee, Randolph Persaud, at Submissions should arrive by October 20..

1.7. ISA Call for Nominations
The International Studies Association Nominating Committee invites members of the association to nominate officers for the 2008-2009 period, including a president and three vice-presidents, each of whom will serve a one-year term. Criteria for officers are professional distinction and past involvement in and knowledge of ISA. Nominations should contain (1) a detailed letter that addresses these points and (2) a current vita for the candidate. ISA is committed to diversity in its officers in terms of their theoretical and methodological perspectives, geographical location, gender, and ethnicity. THE DEADLINE FOR NOMINATIONS IS MAY 15, 2006. Nominations should be sent to:
Joyce P. Kaufman, Chair, ISA Nominating Committee, Department of Political Science, Whittier College, PO Box 634, Whittier, CA 90608, Ph: (562) 907-4808, Fax: (562) 907-4996, e-mail:
Electronic submissions (via email attachments) are preferred. You may send them to:
In an effort to avoid duplication, we request that you send your materials to the chairperson only.
The other members of the nominating committee are listed below for your information: Sam Barkin, University of Florida: Tim Dunne, University of Exeter: Marie Henehan, Colgate: Kelly Kadera, University of Iowa: Cliff Morgan, Rice University: Mustapha Pasha, University of Aberdeen: Karen Rasler, Indiana: Barbara Walter, UCSD:

Isa 48th Annual Convention Chicago, Il, February 28 – March 3, 2007, “Politics, Policy And Responsible Scholarship.” J. Ann Tickner, 2007 President. Andrei Tsygankov, 2007 Program Chair
International relations deals with some of the most pressing issues facing humanity – war and peace, global political and economic governance, poverty, injustice, and environmental degradation. As international relations scholars we are motivated to take up these and other pressing global issues in our research and teaching. Nevertheless, we hold very different views on our responsibility with respect to: 1) political advocacy and policy analysis and our relationships to the centers and peripheries of various power structures; 2) whether our research should be motivated by policy oriented problem solving within existing political structures or structurally transformational; 3) how we represent and reproduce our discipline and our world through our teaching; and 4) our national citizenship responsibilities which sometimes conflict with our multiple political loyalties and identifications, the findings of our internationally oriented research, or the insights generated by an empathetic teaching style. What then are the appropriate boundaries of such identifications and practices? How should we address the ethical dilemmas they often create? How, as internationally-oriented individuals and communities, should we better define, address, and perhaps satisfy, our scholarly responsibilities vis-à-vis such political issues and public policies? The theme of the 2007 conference takes up these questions. We invite participants to explore the various dimensions and boundaries of scholarly responsibility.
At certain times and in certain places, scholars have had an important and direct influence on policymaking. Yet, in the present era of unprecedented global challenges to human security, many scholars find their influence shrinking, a trend which has been viewed positively by some and negatively by others. For example, in the United States where certain ideas originating in the academy – often those most in accord with current national policy preferences – do get picked up in the policy world, the university is in danger of becoming less important for public policy-making than think tanks and corporations which pursue their own in-house research with all too predictable results. How much involvement with the policy world is possible or desirable? To what extent are scholars who choose not to enter the policy world responsible for how their ideas are used in that world? If our theories and/or interpretations have moral implications, can these implications be acceptable to policy-makers and are these implications tainted by political compromise? At times of heightened security there is more pressure on political conformity and more censorship of critical ideas. At such times, do scholars have a special responsibility to stand up for academic freedom? When research findings do not accord with national policy preferences, do those of us in the academy have a special mission to protect the arena of debate and dissent?
While certain scholars are committed to incremental policy improvement through direct engagement with policy research, for others disengagement and dissent are preferable. Still others believe we are all implicated in policy making and implementation whether we like it or not. Whatever our convictions about the problems and possibilities of independent or “value-neutral” research, do we make responsible choices about what we choose to study? Do we pick research topics because they are familiar, fashionable, offer job security, or because data are readily available? Do we choose research questions that are readily answerable and are we driven by methodologies that are conventionally taught in graduate schools? What about the research questions that are rarely asked and the voices that are rarely heard? Often answering such questions requires training beyond traditional methodological and other disciplinary boundaries. Is our field open to a variety of scholarly approaches and disciplines other than political science? How do we exercise responsibility in judging the scholarship of others, particularly when it falls outside what is conventionally defined as within disciplinary boundaries? What are our responsibilities to our research subjects for whom we profess to speak but whose voices we may co-opt? What are the consequences of hegemonic scholarship for those in the peripheries or for those whose lives are not part of the construction of conventional knowledge about world politics? Does our scholarship reinforce existing power structures and existing political, social and economic inequalities? Is Western international relations neutral with regard to scholarly and policy practices in areas outside the West? What are some of the political and cultural boundaries of spreading academic knowledge across the world? What implications does the presence of such boundaries carry for cross-cultural dialogue and knowledge cumulation? Western social science scholarship has been profoundly secular and rationalist. Do we have a responsibility to understand religious and cultural traditions other than our own whose commitment to other forms of knowledge may be seen as equally or more valid by their proponents?
As teachers we have a special responsibility to our students, many of whom take courses in international relations because they want to make a difference in the world. We bear responsibility for constructing the framework within which our students learn to understand the world and we are accountable for how we name the world, whose voices get heard, and whose are left out. All too often, what is claimed as universal knowledge is, in reality, knowledge about the West, particularly western, predominantly white, frequently male, elites. How can we include other subjects and other knowledge traditions in our teaching and research, given the silences, lack of data, and problems of translation both linguistic and cultural?
And our responsibilities extend well beyond the policy and academic worlds – to a variety of different communities where our actions and scholarship also have meaningful consequences. Do we as scholars bear responsibility for how our ideas are understood and used outside our immediate social and academic contexts? Do the boundaries of our responsibilities as citizens extend beyond national borders? Certain of us prefer to see ourselves as scholar/activists while others search for scientific detachment. To what extent should we express and advocate, through our teaching and scholarship, concerns of groups and individuals outside academia, such as governments, international organizations, grass-roots organizations and those on the margins of world politics? At the 2007 annual conference we wish to explore all of these questions, which are certain to continue to shape the discipline’s development. We encourage papers which express a wide variety of opinions on these topics.
To view the entire Call for Papers, including the Guidelines for Participants at ISA Annual Conventions:

Proposals may be submitted online using the following links:
Paper submission:
Panel submission:
For more information on the 2007 Annual Convention please see or e-mail

2.1. BOOKS

  • Anna Alberini and James R. Kahn, eds. Handbook on Contingent Valuation. Edward Elgar, 2006.
  • Thomas Aronsson, Roger Axelsson, and Runar Brannlund, eds. The Theory and Practice of Environmental and Resource Economics: Essays in Honor of Karl-Gustaf Lofgren. Edward Elgar, 2006.

  • Regina Axelrod, David Downie and Norman Vig, eds. Global Environmental Policy, 2nd Edition. CQ Press, 2005.

  • Walter F. Baber and Robert V. Bartlett, Deliberative Environmental Politics: Democracy and Ecological Rationality. MIT Press, 2006.

  • William L Balee and Clark L. Erickson, Time and Complexity in Historical Ecology: Studies in Neotropical Lowlands. Columbia University Press, 2006.

  • Jeff Bennett, ed. The Evolution of Markets for Water: Theory and Practice in Australia. Edward Elgar, 2005.

  • Vivienne Bennett, Sonia Dávila-Poblete and María Nieves Rico. Opposing Currents: The Politics of Water and Gender in Latin America. University of Pittsburgh Press, 2005.

  • Michele Betsill, et al, eds. Palgrave Advances in International Environmental Politics. Palgrave Macmillan, 2006.

  • Roy Brouwer and David Pearce, eds. Cost-Benefit Analysis and Water Resources Management. Edward Elgar, 2005.

  • JoAnn Carmin and Stacy D. VanDeveer, eds. EU Enlargement and The Environment: Institutional Change And Environmental Policy In Central And Eastern Europe. Routledge, 2005.

  • Reba A. Carruth, ed. Global Governance of Food and Agriculture Industries: Transatlantic Regulatory Harmonization and Multilateral Policy Cooperation for Food Safety. Edward Elgar, 2006.

  • Andrew Chadwick. Internet Politics: States, Citizens, and New Communication Technologies. Oxford University Press, 2006.

  • Pamela Chasek, David Downie, Gareth Porter and Janet Welsh Brown, Global Environmental Politics, 4th Edition. Westview Press, 2006.

  • Steven Cohen, Understanding Environmental Policy. Columbia University Press, 2006.

  • Ken Conca and Geoffrey D. Dabelko, eds. Environmental Peacemaking. Woodrow Wilson Center Press, 2002.

  • Ken Conca. Governing Water: Contentious Transnational Politics and Global Institution Building. MIT Press, 2006.

  • Peter Dauvergne, ed. Handbook of Global Environmental Politics. Edward Elgar, 2005.

  • Peter Doherty. The Beginner’s Guide to Winning the Nobel Prize: A Life in Science. Columbia University Press, 2006.

  • Environment and Trade: A Handbook, 2nd Edition. UNEP, IISD, 2005.

  • Michael Faure and Nicole Niessen, eds. Environmental Law in Development: Lessons from the Indonesian Experience. Edward Elgar, 2006.

  • Elizabeth Fisher, Rene von Schomberg,and Judith Jones, eds. Implementing the Precautionary Principle: Perspectives and Prospects. Edward Elgar, 2006.

  • Henk Folmer and Tom Tietenberg, eds. The International Yearbook of Environmental and Resource Economics 2005/2006: A Survey of Current Issues. Edward Elgar, 2006.

  • Don Fullerton. The Economics of Pollution Havens. Edward Elgar, 2006.

  • GEO Year Book 2006. UNEP, 2006.

  • Global Environmental Politics reviews many books relevant to ESS as well as written by ESS members. The newsletter will not necessarily list all books reviewed in GEP.

  • Robert Halverson and David F. Layton, eds. Exploration in Environmental and Natural Resource Economics: Essays in Honor of Gardner M. Brown. Edward Elgar, 2006.

  • Rognvaldur Hannesson, Manuel Barange, and Samuel F. Herrick, Jr., eds. Climate Change and the Economics of the World’s Fisheries: Examples of Small Pelagic Stocks. Edward Elgar, 2006.

  • Rutger Hoekstra. Economic Growth, Material Flows and the Environment: New Applications of Structural Decomposition Analysis and Physical Input-Output Tables. Edward Elgar, 2005.

  • Veena Jha, ed. Environmental Regulation and Food Safety: Studies of Protection and Protectionism. Edward Elgar, 2006.

  • Sheldon Kamieniecki. Corporate America and Environmental Policy: How Often Does Business Get Its Way? Stanford University Press, 2005.

  • John Brady Kiesling. Diplomacy Lessons: Realism for an Unloved Superpower. Potomac Books, 2006.

  • Glenn-Marie Lange and Rashid Hassan. The Economics of Water Management in South Africa: An Environmental Approach. Edward Elgar, 2006.

  • Alessandro Lanza, Anil Markandya, and Francesco Pigliaru, eds. The Economics of Tourism and Sustainable Devlopment. Edward Elgar, 2005.

  • Philip Lawn, ed. Sustainable Development Indicators in Ecological Economics. Edward Elgar, 2006.

  • Richard J. Lazarus. The Making of Environmental Law. University of Chicago Press, 2004.

  • Frannie Leautier, ed. Cities in a Globalizing World: Governance, Performance, and Sustainability. World Bank Publications, 2006.

  • Kalle Maatta. Environmental Taxes: An Introductory Analysis. Edward Elgar, 2006.

  • Dora Marinova, David Annandale, and John Phillimore, eds. The Handbook on Environmental Technology Management. Edward Elgar, 2006.

  • Anil Markandya, Alistair Hunt, Nick Dale, and Pamela Mason, eds. Environmental Accounting and Sustainablility: An Integrated Analysis. Edward Elgar, 2006.

  • John McEldowney and Sharron McEldowney. International Handbook of Environmental Law. Edward Elgar, 2006.

  • Peter N. Nemetz, ed. Sustainable Resource Management: Reality or Illusion? Edward Elgar, 2006.

  • James Otto, et al. Mining Royalties: A Global Study of Impact on Investors, Government, and Civil Society. World Bank Publications, 2006.

  • Edward A. Page. Climate Change, Justice and Future Generations. Edward Elgar, 2006.

  • David Pearce, ed. Valuing the Environment in Developed Countries: Case Studies. Edward Elgar, 2006.

  • Marjan Peeters and Kurt Deketelaere, eds. EU Climate Change Policy: The Challenge of New Regulatory Initiatives. Edward Elgar, 2006.

  • Elizabeth H. Petersen. Institutional Economics and Fisheries Management: The Case of Pacific Tuna. Edward Elgar, 2006.

  • Thomas Princen. The Logic of Suffiicency. MIT Press, 2006.

  • Michael R. Redclift and Graham Woodgate, eds. New Developments in Environmental Sociology. Edward Elgar, 2005.

  • John Rolfe and Jeff Bennett, eds. Choice Modeling and the Transfer of Environmental Values. Edward Elgar, 2006.

  • Matthias Ruth, Kieran Donaghy, and Paul H. Kirshen, eds. Regional Climate Change and Variability: Impacts and Responses. Edward Elgar, 2006.

  • Matthias Ruth, ed. Smart Growth and Climate Change: Regional Development, Infrastructure and Adaptation. Edward Elgar, 2006.

  • Yvonne Rydin and Eva Falleth, eds. Networks and Institutions in Natural Resource Management. Edward Elgar, 2006.

  • Paul Sabatier, Will Focht, Mark Lubell, Zev Trachtenberg, Arnold Vedlitz and Marty Matlock. Swimming Upstream: Collaborative Approaches to Watershed Management. MIT Press, 2005.

  • Hakan Seckinelgin. The Environment and International Politics: International Fisheries, Heidegger and Social Method. Routledge, 2006.

  • Yse Serret and Nick Johnstone, eds. The Distributional Effects of Environmental Policy. Edward Elgar, 2005.

  • Sanjay Sharma and J. Alberto Aragon-Correa, eds. Corporate Environmental Strategy and Competitive Advantage. Edward Elgar, 2005.

  • W. Douglass Shaw. Water Resource Economics and Policy: An Introduction. Edward Elgar, 2005.

  • Ted Smith, David A. Sonnenfeld and David Naguib Pellow, eds. Challenging the Chip: Labor Rights and Environmental Justice in the Global Electronics Industry. Temple University Press, 2006.

  • William Sweet. Kicking the Carbon Habit: Global Warming and the Case for Renewable and Nuclear Energy. Columbia University Press, 2006.

  • Tom Tietenberg and Henk Folmer, eds. The International Yearbook of Environmental and Resource Economics 2006/2007: A Survey of Current Issues. Edward Elgar, 2006.

  • Clement A. Tisdell. Economics of Environmental Conservation, 2nd Edition. Edward Elgar, 2005.

  • UNCTAD Handbook of Statistics 2005. For more information, visit or visit for the CD-ROM.

  • Jan-Peter Vo?, Dierk Bauknecht, and Rene Kemp, eds. Reflexive Governance for Sustainable Development. Edward Elgar, 2006.

  • Darrell M. West. Digital Government: Technology and Public Sector Performance. Princeton University Press, 2005.

  • Frank Wijen, Kees Zoeteman, and Jan Pieters, eds. A Handbook of Globalisation and Environmental Policy: National Government Interventions in a Global Area. Edward Elgar, 2005.

  • Aaron Wolf, ed. Sharing Water, Sharing Benefits: Working toward Effective Transboundary Water Resources Management. World Bank Publications, 2006.


Global Environmental Politics publishes many articles by ESS members. See The newsletter will not list individual articles unless specifically requested by an ESS member.

  • Matthew R. Auer, Catherine Karr-Colque, Jan McAlpine, and Brian Doench. “Forest Law Enforcement and Governance: Resolve Needed from All Sides,” The Georgetown Public Policy Review, Vol. 11, No. 1: 57-67 (Winter 2005-06).
  • Matthew R. Auer. “Foreign Aid to Promote Energy Efficiency in Mexico: An Institutional Analysis” The Journal of Energy and Development, Vol. 31, No. 1: 85-100 (2005).
  • William C.G. Burns, “Potential Implications of Climate Change for the Coastal Resources of Pacific Island Developing Countries and Potential Legal and Policy Responses,” 8(1) Harvard Asia-Pacific Review, 2005. Reprints are available upon request:
  • William C.G. Burns, “Potential Causes of Action for Climate Change Damages in International Fora: The Law of the Sea Convention,” 2(1) International Journal of Sustainable Development Law & Policy, 2006. Reprints are available upon request:
  • A special issue of the journal International Environmental Agreements focuses on the impact of scholarly research on global environmental practices.,1,20;linkingpublicationresults,1:106601,1
  • John Vogler and Charlotte Bretherton. “The European Union as a Protagonist to the United States on Climate Change,” International Studies Perspectives Volume 7, Issue 1, Feb 2006.


Alaska Wildlife Curriculum Online: 8-week workshop offered Fall (October) and Spring (February) every year.

CDM Investment Newsletter:

Climate Change and You – An Online Discussion. Launched by the Education for Sustainability Course at London South Bank University. The discussion will run from now until April 12th and will continue to be available for viewing after this date.

Climate Justice:

“Communication, Cooperation, Participation. Research and Practice for a Sustainable Future (CCP).” A new e-journal:

Comparative Environmental Politics website:

“The Disappearing of Tuvalu: Trouble in Paradise.” Film documenting the first sovereign nation faced with total destruction due to the effects of global warming

Earth Institute Events, weekly listing:

“Environment and Trade: A Handbook” 2nd Edition. Both the UNEP web site and IISDnet offer free downloads of the book and links for ordering hard copies. .

Food Security Information Portal for Africa. For more information on the directory, visit

Follow-up Report on the Implications of EU Emissions Trading for Power Prices. In September 2005, the Energy research Centre of the Netherlands (ECN) published a report called “CO2 Price Dynamics: The Implications of EU Emissions Trading for the Price of Electricity”. ECN has conducted some follow-up analyses of this study, available at

Free Training Materials: Capacity Building for Integrated Water Resources Management.

“GAIA – Ecological Perspectives for Science and Society.” Free online access to this journal’s archive until May 31st, 2006. Log in at using “GAIA_2006” as user name and “undisciplined” as password.

Ghana Household Survey Dataset, 2001. The 2001 Ghana Savelugu-Nanton Survey evaluates the effectiveness of food-based strategies to increase the consumption of micronutrient-rich foods. For ordering information, visit

Global Roundtable on Climate Change:

Inside the Earth Institute:

Inuit Observations on Climate Change:

2004 NAAEE Conference Proceedings:

Participatory Vulnerability Analysis: A Step-By-Step Guide for Field Staff produced by ActionAid International.

South Asia Biosafety Program (SABP): Monthly Newsletter. Visit

Statistics Canada E-STAT Database. The International Council for Canadian Studies has obtained free access to E-STAT. To take advantage of this research tool, you need the following user name and password: User name “ICCS”; Password “stat04ex”. The database is located at

Wave That Shook the World. Nova Web site based on the PBS television program and tells the story of the 2004 tsunami.


2006 Australian Association for Environmental Education (AAEE) Conference. October 3-6, 2006. Bunbury, Western Australia. Abstract Deadline: March 31, 2006.The theme is “Sharing Wisdom for our Future: Environmental Education in Action.” Authors may elect to present a working paper, workshop, or poster.

Conference on the Book. Call for Papers. Emerson College, Boston, USA, 20-22 October 2006. The international conference will address a range of critically important themes relating to the book – including the past, present and future of publishing, libraries, literacy and learning in the information society.

Conference on Diversity in Organisations, Communities and Nations. New Orleans, 12-15 June, 2006. Call for Papers.

Efficient Management of Wastewater, its Treatment and Reuse in the Mediterranean Countries (EMWater). Conference in Amman, Jordan, 30 Oct. – 01 Nov. 2006. Abstracts to be considered for presentation at the EMWater Conference are being sought now and are welcome until March 15, 2006. All papers will be reviewed by a scientific committee. Best papers will be published in a book.

Foreign Policy Analysis invites submissions, particularly from ISA members. Foreign Policy Analysis is distributed to all members of the International Studies Association, as well as several thousand institutional and library subscribers. Authors are asked to insure that their articles are written to be accessible to all researchers in international studies. Electronic submissions are preferred. Current details are available at

The Global Public Services Network of the REFGOV Consortium Call for Papers on Institutions for providing global environmental goods: Managing uncertainty, complexity and change in the field of biodiversity and climate change. At the Université catholique de Louvain, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium, June 15th-16th, 2006. Deadline: April 15th, 2006 at Must be sent as a MS Word document including an abstract of a maximum of 200 words; a short bio sketch no longer than 100 words; contact information, including affiliation, e-mail, telephone and postal address.

The Greening of Agro-Industries and Networks in Asia: Challenges and Opportunities. Conference in Bangkok, Thailand. October 27-28, 2006. Submission of abstracts by May 15, 2006

The Hague Journal of Diplomacy: Call for Papers. A new journal which plans to publish the best research on all aspects of diplomacy. HJD is a refereed journal published by Brill, and it is open to all methodological and theoretical approaches. If you have a paper on diplomacy which you are seeking to publish, please give serious consideration to placing it with us. Contact the editors, Jan Melissen and Paul Sharp, both of whom can be reached at

1st International Conference on Sustainability Measurement and Modelling. The conference will take place on November 16th and 17th in Terrassa, Spain. Deadline for submitting a one page abstract: April 17, 2006. On the web:

International Journal of Global Environmental Issues. ‘’Glocalism’ Revisited: International, National, and Community Interaction on Ecological Issues.’ A special issue of this journal, published by Inderscience, will focus on the links between local environmental conflict, activism, and policy outcomes with global processes of socialization and governance efforts. Deadline for paper submission: April 10th, 2006. For more information, visit

The Journal of Environment & Development welcomes original research contributions, policy analyses, and book reviews on all subject matters at the crossroads of environment and development, as well as occasional reports on important international conferences. Authors submitting manuscripts to the Journal of Environment & Development should keep the journal’s broad interdisciplinary audience in mind and articles should be written in an accessible style. See detailed submission guidelines

Pastoralism and Poverty Reduction in East Africa: A Policy Research Conference. Call for Papers. Conference will be held in Nairobi, Kenya, June 27-28, 2006. Organized by the International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI). For more information, visit

Soil Protection for Natural Resource Protection: An International and interdisciplinary workshop. October 1st – 5th, 2006, Monte Verità, Ascona, Switzerland. Call for Papers. Abstract deadline: May 15, 2006. For more information, visit

28th Annual Southern Conservation Systems Conference. June 26-28, 2006. Amarillo, TX. This year’s theme is “Improving conservation technologies to compete for global resources and markets.” Deadline for Submitting Paper Titles: March 15 (ish). Deadline for Submitting Contributions to the Proceedings: May 1. Visit for more details.

The State of the Editorial Cartoon. Call for Papers: Proposal Deadline: June 1, 2006. The editors of PS: Political Science and Politics invite contributions to a symposium on the state of the editorial cartoon. The symposium will explore the current condition of editorial cartooning, with an emphasis on daily newspaper editorial cartoons but encompassing politically minded weekly newspaper cartoons, magazine cartoons, comic strips, and web comics. Submission guidelines at

Studies in Comparative International Development (SCID). The journal invites papers for a special issue on “Developing-country firms as agents of environmental sustainability?” This issue aims to expand the conceptual terrain of theorizing about agency and sustainability, by exploring when, how, and with what consequences developing-country firms become agents of environmental sustainability. We invite contributions from researchers and scholars working in any discipline. SCID editorial guidelines at: ; Information about the journal at ; Contact:

Symposium on Impact Evaluation of Global Warming and Approach to Risk Analysis in East Asia. Oct. 31 – Nov. 4 , 2006. Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan. Papers are invited on the following five topics: Features and connotations of the climate change in East Asia; Impacts on ecosystem and adaptation; Impacts on food production and adaptation; Impacts on human health and society; Risk assessment on global warming. June 30, 2006 is the deadline for submitting an abstract. Please send your abstract directly to For more information, visit

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Antioch New England Graduate School, Chairperson, Environmental Studies. The successful candidate must provide strong visionary leadership in an atmosphere of shared governance to promote excellence in graduate education, research, professional practice, and scholarship throughout the department. See Web site for complete description and requirements.

Bond University, Assistant Professor of International Relations.

Calvin College, Department of Political Science is anticipating a search to fill a tenure-track position in international relations to begin August, 2007 (pending final administrative approval). The Department seeks candidates trained primarily in international relations who can demonstrate both scholarly potential and strong teaching ability. Candidates must be capable of teaching courses in international organizations and international political economy, as well as the basic course in international relations. Additional capability of teaching courses in some combination of the following areas would be most welcome: conflict/security studies, globalization studies, Asian politics, and/or Middle Eastern politics. Applications will be reviewed beginning October 16, 2006, and thereafter until the position is filled. Calvin College is a co-educational, four-year, liberal arts college, with a distinctively Reformed Christian character. Faculty members are expected to support Calvin’s mission and statements of religious faith. Please send a letter of application, a curriculum vitae, a brief statement of teaching and research interests, three letters of recommendation, copies of recent teaching evaluations, and samples of written work to: William R. Stevenson, Jr., Chair, Department of Political Science, Calvin College, 1810 East Beltline Ave. SE, Grand Rapids, MI 49546-5951.

Environmental Grantmakers Association (EGA) is seeking a Sustainable Consumption & Production Working Group Coordinator. EGA helps its members become more effective grantmakers through information sharing, networking, and collaboration building. This work is accomplished through five project areas. The Sustainable Consumption & Production Working Group (SCP) is a collaborative effort of philanthropists committed to building a sustainable society by increasing awareness of the impacts of consumption and production on the environment and human health; identifying and highlighting efforts to reduce the negative environmental and health effects of current consumption and production patterns; expanding funding in this area; identifying strategic leverage points; and providing opportunities for collaboration among grantmakers. Qualifications: Demonstrable knowledge of sustainable consumption and production and the leading organizations in this field; Excellent research, writing and oral communication skills; 5 years exposure to grantmaking processes and institutions; 5 years event planning and coordination experience; Excellent interpersonal, organizational and time management skills. Confident facilitation skills. Fluency in Microsoft Office Suite applications; knowledge of web-based applications a plus. College degree, Master’s level preferred. Ability to multi-task with patience and a sense of humor. Compensation: Competitive, with generous benefits. Applicants should email their resume, cover letter, three professional references and a brief writing sample to Osa Iyayi ( at EGA. Phone calls and inquiries will not be accepted. The application deadline is April 15th.

Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES) is currently seeking a sub-project leader or a senior policy researcher of the sub-project “Environmental Education for Sustainable Development (EE)” set up under the Long-term Perspective and Policy Integration (LTP) Project. IGES, established by an initiative of the Japanese Government in 1998, is a research institute that conducts pragmatic and innovative strategic policy research to support sustainable development in the Asia-Pacific region-a region experiencing rapid population growth and expanding economic activity. For further details on this position and how to apply, visit

International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA) Program on Risk and Vulnerability (RAV), Research Scholar/Research Assistant. Applicants should have a PhD or equivalent in a relevant subject, including the social and/or physical sciences. Knowledge of both quantitative (e.g., regression, modeling, risk analysis, stochastic simulation) and qualitative research methods, primarily in the social sciences, is essential. Also desirable is an understanding of the current literature and issues related to disaster risk management, development economics and vulnerability of developing countries to climate and other global-change phenomena. An initial fixed-term contract will be offered for 12 months with the possibility of extension. Preferred starting date is mid-2006. To apply send a cover letter, resume, two recent examples of research work, plus names, addresses (including e-mail), telephone and fax numbers of two work-related references to: Walter Foith, Head of Human Resources / International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA) / Schlossplatz 1, A-2361 Laxenburg, Austria / Fax: (+43) 2236 713-13 / E-mail: ; For further information about this position, please contact the Program Leader, Joanne Bayer, at> ; IIASA Web site

The Nature Conservancy, Conservation Project Manager. The Conservation Project Manager is responsible for researching, editing, and writing grant proposals. He or she will monitor activities of grant funded programs to insure compliance with grantor’s requests and produces or coordinates the production of required reports. Works with Grant Specialist or administrator to structure, track and report on grant programs, both public and privately funded.

North American Association for Environmental Education (NAEE), Executive Director. The NAEE seeks an Executive Director to lead the organization as it moves forward with a five-year Strategic Plan crafted through input from over 300 members and stakeholders. The Executive Director will work in NAAEE’s office in the Washington D.C. metropolitan area. The review of applications will begin March 2, 2006, and continue until the position is filled. For a complete job description, visit:

Northland College, Bro Professorship of Regional Sustainable Development. Northland College, the Environmental Liberal Arts College seeks applicants for a unique position that will lead a three-way integration between the academic program of the college, the Sigurd Olson Environmental Institute (SOEI), and the agencies, governmental and non-governmental, who represent the needs of the region. The Bro Professor will teach two or three courses in an academic program and create opportunities for Northland faculty, staff, and students to work with regional players on sustainable regional development. The preferred candidate will have demonstrated success in both disciplinary teaching and research as well as in mentoring outreach programs and experiential education. The initial appointment will be a 5-year renewable contract, with a possibility of conversion to a tenure-track appointment. The Bro Professorship is a 12 month position with 22 days of annual vacation. The successful candidate will also be eligible for an additional calendar month released to pursue research and teaching projects. Ph.D. preferred, Master’s required. To apply, send a curriculum vitae, the names and contact information of three references, and a letter of application evidencing disciplinary focus, understanding of outreach and experiential education, sensitivity to regional environmental issues, and commitment to successful student outcomes: Human Resources, Northland College, 1411 Ellis Avenue, Ashland, Wisconsin 54806; e-mail applications accepted at For information contact Dr. Rick Fairbanks, Dean of the College,; 715-682-1226

Northwest Climate Change Resource Center, Program Manager. The Resource Innovation Group, a non-profit affiliated with the Institute for a Sustainable Environment at the University of Oregon, seeks a Program Manager for its new Northwest Climate Change Resource Center (CCRC). The CCRC will assist state and local governments and private companies to understand the socio-economic consequences of climate change, quantify greenhouse gas emissions, and develop climate protection plans. Primary Duties: Work with the director and associate director of Resource Innovations to manage all aspects of the CCRC including marketing, client services, research, report preparation, technical assistance, and fundraising. Qualifications: Background in economics, science, or policy field. Salary: $40,000-$50,000 depending on experience, plus excellent benefits. Open until filled. Apply To: Administrative Director, Resource Innovation Group, P.O. Box / 51182, Eugene, Oregon 97405 Or by email to: More details at:

Simmons College, Assistant Professor in Political Science and International Relations. The Department of Political Science and International Relations invites applications for a three-year, full-time contract position. We seek a broadly educated political scientist whose primary preparation is in the fields of international relations and comparative politics. The successful candidate will teach the introductory course in international politics, an intermediate-level course in international organizations and law, and intermediate-level electives in IR and comparative politics. Research and teaching interests might include a geographical area (Latin America or Eastern Europe particularly welcome) or a conceptual focus such as international political theory, political economy, or environmental policy. Applicants must have demonstrated excellence in teaching and scholarship. To apply, please send cover letter describing teaching philosophy and research interests, curriculum vitae, writing sample, transcript, and three letters of reference by March 30, 2006 to: Professor Zachary Abuza / Department of Political Science and International Relations / Simmons College / 300 The Fenway / Boston, MA 02115

University of Alaska Fairbanks, Department of Political Science invites applications for a tenure-track position in International Relations at the Assistant Professor level to begin August, 2006. We are looking for candidates with a strong commitment to undergraduate education, an active research agenda and willingness to contribute to building an MA program in Global Environmental Policy. In addition to undergraduate IR courses, the successful candidate will be expected to teach in one or more of the following areas: International Law, US Foreign Policy, Ethics and Society, Political Economy, or an appropriate regional specialization. For a full job description and how to apply, visit For information on faculty, programs, and life in Alaska, visit Contact Jonathan Rosenberg with questions about the position at

University of Arizona, Department of Political Science invites applications for a tenure-track position as assistant or associate professor in environmental politics with a research emphasis on the politics of water resources or water management beginning January 2007, contingent on the availability of funding. The position will involve an affiliation with the Water Resources Research Center, one of four centers under the University of Arizona Water Sustainability Program. An on-line application, including a letter of interest, Curriculum Vitae, statement of research and teaching interests, must be completed at with copies of materials to William Dixon, Department of Political Science, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ 85721-0027. Please include a curriculum vitae, teaching portfolio (including teaching evaluations), copies of publications or a writing sample and three letters of reference. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled with review to begin on April 17, 2006.

University of Puget Sound, Visiting Professor. Full-time, one-year Visiting Assistant Professor position; begins Fall Term 2006. Will teach Introduction to International Relations and one or more upper-division courses. Standard teaching load is three courses per semester. Ph.D. (ABD considered), teaching experience, and a commitment to undergraduate teaching and liberal arts education. Interested individuals are encouraged to submit application materials postmarked no later than April 3, 2006 to ensure consideration. To apply, send interest letter, curriculum vitae, course syllabi, teaching assignments, and student evaluations of teaching, a writing sample and three reference letters to: International Relations Search – 718 University of Puget Sound 1500 North Warner #1007 Tacoma, WA 98416-1007


Alexander von Humboldt (AvH) Foundation and the National Research Council (NRC) Fellowships: A program of linked postdoctoral awards for scientists and engineers to conduct research first in Germany and then in the United States. ;

Bryn Mawr College Andrew W. Mellon Postdoctoral Fellowship in International Studies

Columbia University Earth Institute Fellows Program in Sustainable Development. For information on the program and an application, see: Information on the Earth Institute can be found at:

JSPS-UNU Postdoctoral Fellowships (Japanese Society for the Advancement of Science/United Nations University).

The National Academies with NRC and Humboldt Foundation (AvH) Linked Postdoctoral Awards Postdoctoral research associateships:

The National Academies and National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL). Postdoctoral research associateships.

The National Academies and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). Postdoctoral research associateships.

National Center for Environmental Research (NCER)/Council for Regulatory Environmental Modeling (CREM). Sponsored by the Environmental Protection Agency. The sponsor is seeking a candidate to fill a federal three-year post-doctoral research position in support of activities related to the CREM.

Population and Population-Environment Fellowships. The Population Fellows Programs offer two-year professional fellowships to individuals with a recent graduate degree and experience in areas related to population/reproductive health or population-environment. These fellowships involve providing technical assistance to international agencies, local NGOs, and government organizations in the developing world, and are not traditional research fellowships. For more information, please contact: The Population Fellows Programs; University of Michigan; 1214 South University, 2nd Floor; Ann Arbor, MI 48104-2548; Tel: (734) 763-9456; Fax: (734) 647-0643; Email:; Web site: Application deadlines: April 1 and November 1 each year.

Resources for the Future, Gilbert F. White Postdoctoral Fellowship Program. The sponsor provides support for fellows to conduct in-residence research in areas related to natural resources, energy, or the environment. Fellows are normally in residence at RFF for eleven months. Deadline: February 28, each year. Tel: 202-328-5060. Program URL:

Social Science Research Council Postdoctoral Research Fellowships,

University of Alaska Presidential International Polar Year Postdoctoral Fellowship Program. 10 postdoctoral fellowships offered. Applications are due: 1 April 2006

US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Postdoctoral research associateships.

US Geological Survey (USGS) Postdoctoral research associateships .


APSA Congressional Fellowships for Political Scientists. Fellowships of $38,000 for nine months enable political scientists with a scholarly interest in Congress and the policymaking process to learn more about the legislative process through direct participation on congressional staffs. Deadline: 11/01/2006. E-mail: Program URL:

APSA Small Research Grants. Open to research in all fields of political science, the APSA Small Research Grant Program is intended to support the research of political scientists who are not employed at PhD granting institutions and to help further the careers of these scholars. Grant recipients in the last five years have published over 11 books, 16 refereed articles, 8 book chapters, many working papers, and a very large number of conference presentations. The annual deadline to apply is February 1. See E-mail: . Tel: 202-483-2512.

Brown University – Watson Institute Visiting Fellowship – One-Year Visiting Fellowships in International Studies.

Canadian Embassy, Canadian Studies Grant Program. Multiple programs and deadlines.

Congressional Research Awards: The sponsor provides grants to fund research on Congressional leadership and the US Congress.: 02/01/2007.

Dartmouth College – Mellon Postdoctoral Fellowships in the Humanities and Social Sciences. Deadline: 03/01/2007.

Educational Innovation and Research Grants, British Ecological Society Deadline: 09/30/2006. Web Site:

Fulbright Scholar Program:

Junior Faculty Research/International Program For research on American foreign policy, international relations, international security, military policy, and diplomatic and military history.

RFF Gilbert F. White Postdoctoral Fellowship Program – and other Programs. Resources for the Future provides support for fellows to conduct in-residence research in areas related to natural resources, energy, or the environment.

Office of Science/Department of Energy provides support for research in the following program areas: Basic Energy Sciences, High Energy Physics, Nuclear Physics, Advanced Scientific Computing, Fusion Energy Sciences, Biological and Environmental Research, and Planning and Analysis. Deadline: 09/30/2006. Program URL:

Social Science Research Council Individual Fellowships,

US Environmental Protection Agency Summer Faculty Fellowship Program (EPA/SFFP) Biomarkers of Multistage Carcinogenesis.


Searchable list of opportunities and fellowships and internships for graduate students, undergrads and recent graduates:

Canon National Parks Science Scholars Program. Deadline: May 3, 2006. The program will be awarding eight $80,000 scholarships to Ph.D. students throughout the Americas to conduct research critical to conserving the national parks of the region.

Columbia University M.A. Program in Climate Science and Policy – Student Fellowships and Research Assistantships. This new twelve-month degree program trains professionals and academics to understand and address climate risk and the impacts of climate variability and climate change on society and the environment. At the end of twelve intensive months, graduates are better prepared to address environmental issues from positions in government, business, and nongovernmental organizations while others choose to enter PhD programs in the social or natural sciences or enroll in Law or Business school. An increasing number of Fellowships and research assistantships are available. For more information on the M.A. Program in Climate and Society, please see:

EarthTrends Environmental Essay Competition. Open to part-time or full-time undergraduate and graduate students.

Environmental scholarship information. This online article contains dozens of links to environmental scholarships.

EPA STAR Fellowships. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), as part of its Science to Achieve Results (STAR) program, is offering Graduate Fellowships for master’s and doctoral level students in environmentally related fields of study. Master’s level students may receive support for a maximum of two years. Doctoral students may be supported for a maximum of three years with funding available, under certain circumstances, over a period of four years. See: for more information.

EPA GRO Graduate Fellowships. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), as part of its Greater Research Opportunities (GRO) program, is offering Graduate Fellowships for master’s and doctoral level students in environmentally related fields of study. See: for more information.

EPA GRO Undergraduate Fellowships. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is offering Greater Research Opportunities Undergraduate Fellowships for bachelor level students in environmentally related fields of study. Eligible students will receive support for their junior and senior years of undergraduate study and for an internship at an EPA facility during the summer between their junior and senior years. See: for more information.

Evalee C. Schwarz Charitable Trust for Education provides interest-free loans ($5,000 – $15,000) to undergrad and grad students demonstrating exceptional academic performance and financial need. Deadline: April 15, 2006

Grand Canyon Semester: A partnership between the National Park Service at Grand Canyon NP and Northern Arizona University. GCS offers an unforgettable learning experience in the high mountains of northern Arizona and the canyon country of the Colorado Plateau.

Iracambi Atlantic Rainforest Research and Conservation Center: Summer Workshop on Sustainable Development. June 25 – July 15, 2006. Minas Gerais, Brazil. Topic lectures will be supplemented with hands-on experience in Iracambi’s own conservation and development projects.

National Council for Science and the Environment Internships and jobs.

National Center for Environmental Assessment. Postgraduate Research Participation.

National Exposure Research Laboratory. Postgraduate Research Participation.

The New Zealand International Doctoral Research Scholarship:

Population-Environment Fellowships. The Population-Environment Fellows Program offers two-year professional fellowships to individuals with a graduate degree (MA., M.S., PhD, etc) and expertise in population and environment. These fellowships involve providing technical assistance to international agencies, local NGOs, and government organizations in the developing world, and are not traditional research fellowships. Applicants must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents and have expertise in areas such as environmental health, sustainable agriculture, land-use planning, or protected areas management as well as in reproductive health program design, implementation, and evaluation. Contact: The Population-Environment Fellows Program; University of Michigan; 1214 South University, 2nd Floor; Ann Arbor, MI 48104-2548; U.S.A.; Tel. (734) 763-9456; Fax (734) 647-0643; E-mail:; Web site: Application deadlines are April 1 and Novermber 1 each year.

Russian Ecological Expedition. Deadline: March 1, 2006. July 8-30, 2006. Study Tour in Western Russia and Middle Volga River Region. This expedition will provide insight into the cultural history of Russians and their country, as well as an overview of the ecological resources. Join MSU faculty member Dr. Michael Brody and his Russian colleagues for this incredible and unforgettable experience. Course rubric: EDCI 580 (Ecological Field Studies) or ICS 480 (Russian Cultural Ecology). Credits: 3-6

Sustainability Education Advanced Summer Institute: New York. July 10-14, 2006.


The Barron Prize for Young Heroes. Nominate an eco-hero for the Barron Prize, which honors young people ages 8 to 18 who have shown leadership and courage in public service to people and our planet. Each year, ten national winners each receive $2,000 to support their service work or higher education. Half of each year’s winners are chosen for their work to protect the environment. Deadline: April 30, 2006.

Books for Scholars in Indonesia. Students at the new Jatinangor Center for Peace and International Studies in Bandung, Indonesia have asked for our help in setting up a library on international studies. If some ISA members each sent a few books (including your own or whatever else is handy), these students and their successors could have access to the works and ideas that ISA members consider important. The center, directed by Widiodi P. Dasuki, is oriented to inter-religious dialogue, peace studies, and international politics, but they are interested in all international studies books, especially IR theory and textbooks. If you want to participate, you can send a box of up to 11 pounds of books to Indonesia from the USA for $11.00 using the “M-bag” rate at any post office. The address and phone number (which you may need for the M-bag form) are: Nena Melia Westi (Coordinator of Study Group in Contemporary Politics and International Relations) / d.a. Mahasiswa Padjadjaran University, Pondok Kartika / Jalan Jatinangor No. 190 / Jatinangor — Sumedang — Jawa Barat – INDONESIA 45363

Cell Phone Recycling. Upgrading to a new cell Phone? Drop used cell phones in collection boxes where cell phones are sold, or send old phones to Charitable Recycling. For every phone it receives, Charitable Recycling will make a donation to NWF or another charity of your choice. Download the printable NWF mailing label and send with your old phone to The Charitable Recycling Program, 794-A Industrial Court, Bloomfield Hills, MI 48302.

Columbia University M.A. Program in Climate Science and Policy Expands Number of Student Fellowships and Research Assistantships. This new twelve-month degree program trains professionals and academics to understand and address climate risk and the impacts of climate variability and climate change on society and the environment. At the end of twelve intensive months, graduates are better prepared to address environmental issues from positions in government, business, and nongovernmental organizations while others choose to enter PhD programs in the social or natural sciences or enroll in Law or Business school. A limited but expanding number of Fellowships and research assistantships are available. For more information on the Program in Climate and Society, please see

International Paper EE Award International Paper and The Conservation Fund will provide national recognition and $10,000 cash grants to two conservation/environmental education leaders at an awards ceremony in Washington, D.C., in June. Elementary or secondary school educators, university faculty or staff who have developed an innovative approach to EE are eligible for nomination. Nomination Deadline: April 17, 2006.

Environmental Jeopardy. Earth Day Network (EDN) has created the first two in a series of three interactive games on environmental issues. Designed like the game show, each edition of Environmental Jeopardy focuses on a specific environmental theme with in-depth answers and suggestions for how to conduct further research. Both available editions can be downloaded for free by registering on the Teachers Corner of the EDN website, All new members get a hard copy of the original edition along with the official game board.

Indianapolis Power and Light Company (IPL) Environmentalist of the Year. An award to recognize an individual who has benefited the environment or worked to preserve or enhance Indiana’s natural resources.

International Paper Conservation Partnership Award. The sponsor offers an award to an individual who has achieved significant results in the protection of habitat through a cooperative relationship with a business or corporation. By demonstrating that a healthy environment and economy are not mutually exclusive, this person helps in a conservation effort benefiting the environment and encourages others to form similarly productive alliances with businesses. The sponsor provides a cash prize of $10,000.

Itronics Inc (ITRO) Becomes the World’s Only Fully Integrated Photochemical Recycling Company. It provides photochemical waste collection services, recovers and refines silver from the photochemicals, manufactures and blends liquid fertilizers – GOLD’n GRO from the processed residual, and sells and distributes a line of liquid fertilizers developed for specific applications, such as golf and lawn turf maintenance programs, vegetables, wine grapes, citrus and evergreens. See

Mesa Refuge Writers Retreat in California. Deadline for late Summer/Fall Session: June 1, 2006 Writers, journalists, editors, and essayists focusing on issues of a sustainable environment and economy are invited to apply for “time out” at the Mesa Refuge, a non-profit center with a mission to support important progressive-issue research and writing.

Nature of Learning Grants. Application Deadline: April 17, 2006. The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation invites applications from organizations seeking to start or expand the Nature of Learning program in their communities. Grants to be awarded on a competetive basis of up to $5,000 to support start-up expenses associated with new programs, and grants of up to $3,000 to provide continued support to existing Nature of Learning programs.

Nature Skills & Awareness Intensive. Sept 2006 – June 2007. Duvall, Washington. Spend a year with Wilderness Awareness School developing your naturalist skills through animal tracking, edible and medicinal uses of plants, wilderness survival skills, nature observation, bird language and ID, and the Art of Mentoring. Open to all adults over 18.

The Pacific Institute’s Integrity of Science Initiative responds to and counters the assault on science and scientific integrity in the public policy arena, especially on issues related to water, climate change, and security. To learn more about the Initiative and how you can get involved, visit

Phillip D. Reed Memorial Award for Outstanding Writing on the Southern Environment. Award seeks to enhance public awareness of the richness and vulnerability of the South’s natural resources by recognizing and encouraging excellent writing about the region’s environment. Submissions must relate to the natural resources of at least one of the following states: Alabama, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee or Virginia. Deadline: 04/01/2006. Program URL:

“Planet H2O” Airs in April to Mark Earth Day. This two-part special from Thirteen/WNET New York will premier on public television in April to mark Earth Day. Both episodes, “The Secret Life of Water” and “Water World,” focus on fresh water systems around the world and their impact on land, air, and living things.

Rainforest Workshops for Teachers. July 7-16, 2006 in Peru. Teachers will take learning literally ‘to a new level’ on a one-quarter-mile treetop canopy walkway through the Amazon.

Teachers Professional Development July 2-29, 2006 in Costa Rica. “Habitats and Culture of Costa Rica” Teachers Professional Development Program will provide an environmental overview within a cultural context, emphasizing diverse eco-systems, language, and customs of the people. Hike remote trails, kayak through mangroves, snorkel in coral reefs, participate in field research, in a service project, in discussions on conservation issues. Credit offered through Lewis and Clark College.

World Trade Institute’s Summer Program 2006. Next July and August the WTI will be holding its fourth annual Summer Program on WTO Law and International Trade, which is open to students and professionals. These programs offer an excellent opportunity to gain in-depth, up-to-date and first-grade instruction from some of the world’s leading academics and practitioners in the field. You can download the Summer Program brochure at: Additional information and application forms to the Program can also be found at the WTI’s website, Simply follow the links under ‘education/training’.


Sixth International Evaluation Conference on Monitoring and Evaluation. The Netherlands. April 3-5, 2006.

56th Political Studies Association Annual Conference: “Liberty, Security and the Challenge of Government,” April 3-6, 2006, University of Reading, UK.

Fifth Session of the Open-ended Working Group of the Basel Convention: 3 April 2006 – 7 April 2006. Geneva, Switzerland.

Political Studies Association of the United Kingdom, Annual Conference 2006: April 4-6, 2006. University of Reading, UK. Internet:

International Symposium on Water and Land Management for Sustainable Irrigated Agriculture: 4 April – 8 April 2006. Adana, Turkey.

Ceres Conference 2006 – Accelerating Sustainable Governance. Oakland, California. April 5 – 6, 2006.

Workshop: Greenhouse Gas Credits Trade Versus Biomass Trade – Weighing the Benefits. Trondheim, Norway 5-6 April, 2006.

Global Justice and Climate Change. San Diego, CA. April 6-7, 2006.

The WTO at 10: Governance, Dispute Settlement and Developing Countries. April 6 – 7, 2006. Columbia University, New York City.

Association for Asian Studies, AAS Annual Meeting: April 6-9, 2006. San Francisco, CA, U.S.A. Internet:

2006 EECO Annual Conference Theme: April 6-9, in Beachwood, Ohio.

Value of Animals Conference: April 8-9, 2006 ~ Tallahassee, Florida.

International Conference on Livestock Services Enhancing Rural Development. Beijing, China. April 16-22, 2006. Email Gong Xifeng at or Liu Yukun at

2nd Annual National Environmental Education Week. USA. April 16 – 22, 2006.

Clean Med 2006. Seattle, Washington. April 19-20, 2006.

Climate Variability and Ecosystem Impacts on the North Pacific. Honolulu, Hawaii. April 19-21, 2006.

Twenty-Fifth Session of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. April 19 – 27.

Global Warming Interantional Conference and Expo (GW17). April 20-21, 2006. Miami, USA.

Midwest Political Science Association. April 20-23, 2006. Chicago, IL.

New York State Political Science Association. April 21-22, 2006. New York Ciy. www.

2nd ICSHP/UNIDO Hydropower for Today Conference. 22-25th April 2006. Hangzhou, China, at the headquarters of the International Network on Small Hydro Power.

Lecture and discussion with Michael Shellenberger, co-author with Ted Nordhaus of the highly controversial essay entitled “The Death of Environmentalism.” Monday, April 24th at Ursinus College in the Ursinus Kaleidoscope Theater, 7:30pm. For directions, visit .

14th International Conference on Environmental Bioindicators. April 24 – 26, 2006. Linthicum, Maryland.

Training Course on the Introduction of a Sustainability Dimension into European and North American University Systems. April 26-28, 2006. Hamber, Germany.

EPTEE 2006. April 28-30, 2006. Shanghai, China.

Globalization: Reconfigurings of World Space. International Association for the Study of Environment, Space, and Place, Towson, Maryland. April 28-30, Contact: John Murungi, Conference Co-organizer

A Stockholm Convention Meeting: Open-ended Ad Hoc Working Group on Non-compliance. April 28-29, 2006. Geneva, Switzerland.

7th China International Environmental Protection Exhibition: EPTEE 2006 Shanghai, China, 28-30 April 2006:

Second Conference of the Parties to the Stockholm Convention (POPs COP-2): 1 May 2006 – 5 May 2006. Geneva, Switzerland.

14th Session of the UN Commission on Sustainable Development. May 1-12, 2006. New York. Internet:

Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination Against Women: 35th Session: 1 May 2006 – 1 July 2006. UN headquarters, New York.

Environmental Education Association of Illinois (EEAI), 2006 Annual Conference, May 4-6, in Grafton, Illinois.

2nd Midwest Environmental Ethics Conference: St. Paul, Minnesota, May 6, 2006.

OSEE Annual Spring Conference. “Environmental Education: Gateway to the Future.” Waterloo, Ontario, Canada. May 6-7, 2006.

21st Polar Libraries Colloquy. Rome, Italy. May 8-12, 2006.

International Training of Trainers on Wetland Management. Wageningen, The Netherlands, May 8-May 26, 2006.

Training Programme on the Conservation, Management, and Use of Plant Genetic Resources in Agriculture. Wageningen, The Netherlands. May 8-June 30, 2006

13th International Symposium on Polar Sciences. May 9-11, 2006. Seoul, Korea.

Conference on Engineering and Climate Change. 9 May 2006 – 12 May 2006. Ottawa, Canada.

Reducing Emissions from Deforestation in Developing Countries. Bad Blumau, Austria. 10-12 May 2006:

CARBON EXPO 2006. May 10-12, 2006. Cologne, Germany.

Roundtable on: The WTO, Science, and Risk Communication. Thursday 11th May 2006, 2:00 PM. Location: Faculty of Law, University of Geneva

“The Sustainable City” – Three week intensive. May 14-June 2, 2006. Schumacher College, Devon, England.

9th Bi-Annual Circumpolar Remote Sensing Symposium. May 15-18, 2006. Seward, Alaska.

Twenty-fourth Sessions of the Subsidiary Bodies of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change. May 15-26, 2006. Bonn, Germany.

2006 League of Environmental Educators in Florida (LEEF) Conference, May 16-19, 2006 ~ Bradenton, Florida

Envirowater 2006 Conference: 17 May 2006 – 19 May 2006. Delft, the Netherlands.

Greening the Heartland 2006: Advancing Sustainable Practices. May 17-19, 2006. Kansas City, Missouri.

International Conference on Economics of Poverty, Environment, and Natural Resource Use. Wageningen, The Netherlands. May 17-19, 2006

Atlanta Conference on Science & Technology Policy 2006, May 18-20, 2006:

Symposium on Sustainable Agriculture, Communities & Environments in the Pacific Northwest. May 18-20, 2006. Richland, Washington.

Agricultural Information Professionals in Africa– International Association for Agricultural Information Professionals (IAALD). Nairobi, Kenya. May 21-26, 2006.

Air Pollution 2006 – Fourteenth Conference on Modelling, Monitoring and Management of Air Pollution. May 22-24, 2006. The New Forrest, UK.

Southwest Consortium for Environmental Research and Policy annual policy conference, “Cooperation on Planning and Operation of Transboundary Watersheds”. May 22-24 2006. Rio Rico, Arizona

Review Conference for Straddling Fish Stocks and Highly Migratory Fish Stocks Agreement: May 22 – 26 2006. NY.

Training Programme on Integrated Pest Management for Sustainable Agriculture and Food Safety. Wageningen, The Netherlands. May 22-June 30, 2006.

Integrated Water Resources Management and Challenges of Sustainable Development. May 23-24, 2006. Marrakech, Morrocco.

BALWOIS2006. May 23-26, 2006. Ohrid, Macedonia.

AIA’06 – Power, Poverty and Sustainability: The role of impact assessment 26th Annual Conference of the International Association for Impact Assessment. May 23-26, 2006. Stavanger Forum, Stavanger, Norway.

2006 Joint Assembly, a partnership between AGU, GS, MB, MSA, and SEG. May 23-26, 2006. Baltimore, Maryland.

Adirondack Research Consortium (ARC) will hold its Thirteenth Annual Conference on the Adirondacks on May 24-25, 2006, Hilton Hotel in Lake Placid, New York.

2006 ARCUS Annual Meeting and Arctic Forum. May 25-26, 2006. Washington, D.C.

9th AIA-Certified Green Building/Vehicle Expo &Workshop. May 26-27, 2006. San Antonio, Texas.

Linking Schemes: Potential Impacts of Linking the European Union Emissions Trading System with Emerging Carbon Markets in other Countries. Brussels, Belgium. 29 – 30 May 2006:

Clean Med Europe 2006. May 29-31, 2006. Stockholm, Sweden.

Third Annual Joint Meeting on Environmental Philosophy. May 30 – June 2, 2006. Highlands Center, Colorado.

World Environment Day: 5 June 2006. Theme for World Environment Day 2006 is Deserts and Desertification.

Climate Changes and Their Impact on Boreal and Temperate forests. June 5-7, 2006. Ekaterinburg, Russia.

Workshop on Agricultural Air Quality: State of the Science. June 5-8, 2006. Potomac, Maryland.

Creating Sustainable Communities: 4th Annual BALLE Conference. June 7-10, 2006. Burlingont, Vermont.

The Kyoto Protocol and Beyond: a Legal Perspective. 9-10 June, 2006. University of Siena, Italy.

First Session of the ITPGR Governing Body: 12-16 June 2006. Spain.

Writer’s Conference & Workshop. June 13-16, 2006 ~ Boothbay Harbor, Maine. Workshop honoring Rachel Carson and featuring the work of Henry David Thoreau.

The Global Public Services network of the REFGOV Consortium. Université catholique de Louvain, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium. June 15th and 16th, 2006.

Three Days in the Forest – Nature, Writing, and Leopold Fifth Annual Language of Nature. Registration Deadline: May 12, 2006. June 15-17, 2006. Peninsula, Ohio.

22nd International Commission on World Dams Congress: 18 June 2006 – 23 June 2006. Barcelona, Spain.

The Eleventh Biennial Global Conference of IASCP on Survival of the Commons: Mounting Challenges and New Realities. Bali, Indonesia. June 19-23, 2006.

8th International Conference on Greenhouse Gas Control Technologies: 19 June 2006 – 23 June 2006. Trondheim, Norway. Internet:

International Symposium on Earth and Planetary Ice-Volcano Interactions. June 19-23, 2006. Reykjavik, Iceland.

World Urban Forum III: 19 June 2006 -23 June 2006. Vancouver, Canada.

Peacebuilding & Development Institute Summer 2006 Professional Training Program at American University. Washington, D.C. U.S.A. Week I: June 19 – 23; Week II: June 26 – 30; Week III: July 3 – 8.

Civicus World Assembly 2006: June 21-25, 2006. Glasgow, Scotland.

Society for Conservation Biology, 20th Annual Meeting: “Conservation Without Borders.” June 24-28, 2006, San Jose, California:

CEEISA Annual Convention: “Reflecting on a wider Europe and beyond: norms, rights and interests.” University of Tartu, Estonia, 25 – 27 June2006.

28th Annual Southern Conservation Systems Conference. June 26-28, 2006. Amarillo, TX.

10th Annual Green Chemistry and Engineering Conference: Designing for a Sustainable Future. June 26-29, 2006. Washington, D.C.

Environmental Management for Sustainable Universities 4th International Conference. June 26-30, 2006. Stevens Point, Wisconsin.

4th International Conference on Environmental Management for Sustainable Universities, June 26-30, 2006.

Second International Conference on Quantified Eco-Efficiency Analysis for Sustainability. June 28-20, 2006. Egmond aan Zee, Netherlands.

Second International Conference on Quantified Eco-Efficiency Analysis for Sustainability: 28 June 2006 – 30 June 2006. Egmond aan Zee, the Netherlands.:

Exhaust Gas Particles in the Atmosphere. June 29-30, 2006. Karlsruhe, Germany.

The Network of Conservation Educators and Practitioners (NCEP) Presents a Faculty Development Workshop: Integrating Active Teaching and Measuring Learning Gains in the Conservation Biology Classroom. June 29 and 30, 2006. Location: TBD, near or in San José, California.

International Symposium “Preventing and Fighting Hydrological Disasters.” “Politehnica” University of Timisoara (Romania). 29 June – 1 July 2006, Contact: As. Flaminia Mocanu,

2006 International Peace Research Association Conference, June 29 – July 3rd 2006 in Calgary, Canada. .

22nd Meeting of the CITES Animals Committee and the 16th Meeting of the CITES Plants Committee: 1 July 2006 – 1 September 2006. Venue to be confirmed.

4th International Conference on New Directions in the Humanities: July 3-6, 2006. University of Carthage, Tunisia. Internet:

Midwest Social Forum. July 6-9, 2006. Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Annual Conference on Environmental Education. July 7-8, 2006. Bangalore, India.

The Campus of the Future: A Meeting of the Minds. July 8-11, 2006. Honolulu, Hawaii.

International Political Science Association (IPSA) 20th World Congress. “Is Democracy Working?” Fukuoka, Japan, July 9-13, 2006.

International Political Science Association XX World Congress: July 9-14, 2006. Fukuoka, Japan. Internet:

The Sixth International Conference on Knowledge, Culture and Change in Organisations. Monash University Centre, Prato (Near Florence), Italy, 11-14 July 2006

The National Center for Atmospheric Research will host its second Summer Colloquium on Climate & Health, July 16-22, 2006.

Living with Climate Variability and Change: Understanding the Uncertainties and Managing the Risks. Espoo, Finland: July 17-21, 2006.

International Conference On Interdisciplinary Social Sciences. University of the Aegean, Island of Rhodes, Greece, 18-21 July 2006

EISTA ’06: The 4th International Conference on Education and Information Systems, Technologies, and Applications. July 20-23, 2006. Orlando, Florida

Knowledge Communication and Peer Reviewing Conference (KCPR 2006). Orlando, FL, July 20-23, 2006.

International Sociological Association, World Congress 2006 Durban, July 23-29, 2006 (see in particular, sections organized by the ISA Research Committee on Society and Environment):

Climate Variability and Extremes During the Past 100 Years. July 24-26, 2006. Gwatt, Switzerland.

International workshop on Study of rainfall rate and radio wave propagation. July 25-28, 2006. Salem, India.

The Sixth International Ecocity Conference. August 5-12, 2006. Bangalore, India.

Mercury 2006. The International Conference on Mercury as a Global Pollutant. August 6-11, 2006. Madison, Wisconsin.

Asian Conference on Permafrost. August 7-9, 2006. Lanzhou, China. index.html

Coastal Zone Canada 2006 Conference & Youth Forum. August 12-18, 2006. Tuktoyaktuk, N.W.T.

World Water Week Conference, Stockholm 20-26 August, 2006,

RGS/IBG International Conference 2006: Global social justice and environmental sustainability. August 20-September 1, 2006. London, England.

Adaptation and Mitigation: Responses to Climate Change. 5th International NCCR Climate Summer School. August 27- September 1, 2006. Grindelwald, Switzerland.

Conference on New Challenges in Management of Boreal Forests: 28 August 2006 – 30 August 2006. Umeå, Sweden:

American Political Science Association (APSA) Annual Meeting: August 31- September 4, 2006. San Francisco, CA, U.S.A. Internet:

Fifth Session of the Committee for the Review of the UN Convention to Combat Desertifiction (CRIC-5): 1 September 2006. Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Conference on Visibility, Aerosols, and Atmospheric Optics. September 3-6, 2006. Vienna, Austria.

20th International Conference on Informatics for Environmental Protection (EnviroInfo-2006). 6-8 Septemeber 2006.

1st ECPR Graduate Conference (European Consortium for Political Research): September 7-9, 2006. University of Essex, UK. Internet:

3rd Mid-European Clay Conference MECC’06. September 18-22, 2006. Opatija, Croatia.

2006 Annual Meetings of the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank Group: 19 September 2006 – 20 September 2006. Singapore, Singapore.

MTNCLIM 2006 Conference. September 19-22, 2006. Timberline Lodge, Mt. Hood, Oregon.

Rethinking Sustainable Construction 2006: Next Generation Green Buildings. September 19-22, 2006. Sarasota, Florida.

IFCS Forum V, 21-29, September 2006, in Budapest, Hungary.

15th Australian Weeds Conference: Managing Weeds in a Changing Climate. September 24-28, 2006. Adelaide, Australia.

VIIIth World Congress 2006 of IFSAM “Enhancing managerial responsiveness to global challenges” September 28-30, Berlin, Germany.

Soil Protection for Natural Resource Protection: An International and interdisciplinary workshop. October 1-5, 2006, Monte Verità, Ascona, Switzerland.

2006 Australian Association for Environmental Education (AAEE) Conference. October 3-6, 2006. Bunbury, Western Australia.

Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE) conference. October 5-7, 2006 in Tempe, Arizona.

Third Conference of Parties to the Rotterdam Convention (PIC COP-3): 9 October 2006 – 13 October 2006. Geneva, Switzerland.

NAAEE Annual Conference: St. Paul, Minnesota: October 10-14, 2006.

6th International Service-Learning Research Conference: From Passion to Objectivity: International and Cross-disciplinary Perspectives on Service-Learning Research. October 14-16, 2006. Portland, OR.

The Fourth International Conference on the Book. Emerson College, Boston, USA, 20-22 October 2006

Entsorga-Enteco. October 24-27, 2006. Cologne, Germany.

The Greening of Agro-Industries and Networks in Asia: Challenges and Opportunities. Bangkok, Thailand. October 27-28, 2006.

Efficient Management of Wastewater, its Treatment and Reuse in the Mediterranean Countries (EMWater) Amman, Jordan, from 30 Oct. to 01 Nov. 2006.

Symposium on Impact Evaluation of Global Warming and Approach to Risk Analysis in East Asia. Oct. 31 – Nov. 4, 2006. Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan.

The 3rd International Conference on the “Water Resources in the Mediterranean Basin” WATMED 3. 1-3 November 2006 in Tripoli, Lebanon:

1st International Non-wood Forest Products Symposium in Trabzon, Turkey, November 1-4, 2006.

Twelfth Conference of the Parties to the UNFCCC and Second Meeting of the Parties to the Kyoto Protocol. November 6-17, 2006. Nairobi, Kenya.

2nd International Young Scientists (YSC) Global Change Conference. 7-8 November 2006. Beijing, China.

Fifth Conference of the Asian Federation for Information Technology in Agriculture (AFITA) on Agricultural Information Technology for Rural Development. Bangalore, India. November 9-11, 2006.

Global Environmental Change: Regional Challenges. 9-12 November 2006 in Beijing, China.

2nd International Media & Environment Conference. November 15-17, 2006. Kuching, Malaysia.

1st International Conference on Sustainability Measurement and Modelling. November 16th and 17th in Terrassa, Spain.

Basel COP-8. Eighth Meeting of the Conference of Parties to the Basel Convention, Nairobi, 27 November to 1 December 2006.

IDGEC Synthesis Conference. 6-9 December 2006 in Bali, Indonesia.

Dedicated Session for the Restore America’s Estuaries 3rd National Conference – “Forging the National Imperative” – December 9-13, 2006, New Orleans, LA.

International Dialogue on Science and Practice in Sustainable Development: Linking Knowledge with Action: 23 January 2007 – 27 January 2007. Chiang Mai, Thailand.

ENVIRONMENT2007. January 28-31, 2007. Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates.

Special Conference on Frontiers of Environmental Economics. February 26-27, 2007. Resources for the Future. Washington, DC.

International Studies Association (ISA) Annual Convention: February 28- March 3, 2007. Chicago, IL, U.S.A. Internet: http://csf.Colorado.EDU/isa/

Fourteenth Conference of the Parties to CITES: 1 March 2007 – 1 May 2007. The Netherlands.

AAS Annual Meeting (Association for Asian Studies): March 22-25, 2007. Boston, MA, U.S.A. Internet:

EWEC 2007 European Wind Energy Conference and Exhibition. May 7-10, 2007. Milan, Italy.

American Political Science Association annual meeting: August 30 – September 2, 2007. Chicago, IL, U.S.A. Internet:

Eighth Session of the Conference of the Parties to the UN Convention to Combat Desertification (COP-8): 1 November 2007. Spain.

American Political Science Association annual meeting: August 28 – 31, 2008. Boston, MA, U.S.A. Internet:

20th International Congress on Irrigation and Drainage: 1 November 2008. Lahore, Pakistan.