Newletter April 1998

Dear Colleagues:

A few late-breaking items have come in that did not make it into the

newsletter.

1. The ESS section will be electing a new chair. Philippe LePrestre has

served the two-term limit. So, please send your nominations to the

Nominating Committee, Miranda Schreurs, Dept. of Government and Politics,

Univ. of Maryland, College Park, MD 20742; Fax: (301) 314-9690; Email:

MSCHREUR@bss2.umd.edu.

2. ESS member publications:

Marvin S. Soroos, “The Thin Blue Line: Preserving the Atmosphere as a

Global Commons,” Environment, Vol. 40, No. 2, March 1998, 6-13, 32-35.

Newsletter June 1997

NEWS FROM THE ESS BUSINESS MEETING

The annual business meeting of the ESS was held on April 25, 1996 at the ISA convention in Toronto with section chair Philippe Le Prestre (University of Quebec at Montreal) presiding. Approximately 50 members of the section were present. Le Prestre was elected to a second two-year term a chair of the section.

Executive Committee

Newly elected members (terms expire in 1999)

Elizabeth DeSombre (Colby College)
Richard Matthew (Georgetown University)
Karen Litfin (University of Washington)

Carry over members (terms expire in 1998)

Andrew Hurrell (Oxford University)
Miriam Lowi (Trenton State College)
Detlef F. Sprinz (Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research)

1996-1997 Annual Report

Environmental Studies Section
1996-1997 Annual Report
Submitted by Philippe Le Prestre

The Environmental Studies Section has several purposes:

– to link scholars of various disciplines and keep them abreast of current developments in this field;

– to develop and encourage research;

– to disseminate information on environmental developments by sponsoring or participating in prof meetings;

– to seek ways to further the teaching of international environmental studies.

During 1996-97, the members of the various section committees were:

1996-97 Executive Committee:

Philippe Le Prestre (Université du Québec à Montréal), ex officio

Marian Miller (University of Akron)

1995-1996 Annual Report

Environmental Studies Section
1995-1996 Annual Report
Submitted by Philippe Le Prestre

The Environmental Studies Section has several purposes:

  • to link scholars of various disciplines and keep them abreast of current developments in this field;
  • to develop and encourage research;
  • to disseminate information on environmental developments by sponsoring or participating in prof meetings;
  • to seek ways to further the teaching of international environmental studies.

During 1995-96, the members of the various section committees were:

Newsletter March 1996

NEWS FROM THE ESS BUSINESS MEETING

The annual business meeting of the ESS was held on April 25, 1996 at the ISA convention in San Diego with section chair Philippe Le Prestre (University of Quebec at Montreal) presiding. Approximately 40 members of the section were present.

Executive Committee (1996-97)
Newly elected members (terms expire in 1998)
Andrew Hurrell (Oxford University)
Miriam Lowi (Trenton State College)
Detlef F. Sprinz (Postdam Institute fr Climate Impact Research)

Carry-over members (terms expire in 1997)
Marian Miller (University of Akron)
Ronald Mitchell (University of Oregon)
Paul Wapner (American University)

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