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Transboundary Water and Adaptation Workshop in Geneva

One of the advantages to doing research in Switzerland is the ease of access to interesting international meetings.  On February 20th and 21st, I had the opportunity to attend a meeting of the Core Group on Pilot Projects for Transboundary … Continue reading

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Research at the Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology

This spring I have the opportunity to be a visiting researcher at the Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology (Eawag).  I arrived on February 1st, and will be here through June.  Eawag is a large research institute working … Continue reading

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Reflections on Rio: Reframing Environmental Negotiations

In the weeks post-Rio, wide consensus has emerged that the agreement reached is not ambitious and lacks creativity.  In light of this outcome, and the lack of progress witnessed in climate negotiations, it is important to reflect whether we are … Continue reading

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More Updates from Water Diplomacy Students

In early summer 2012, several members of Tufts’ community headed to Brazil for the Rio+20 summit in Rio de Janeiro. This delegation included two Water Diplomacy students, Andrew Tirrell and Laura Kuhl.  You can read more information about the participants on … Continue reading

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Exploring Technology Transfer for Climate Change Adaptation

I’m about to embark on a busy summer- in the next month and a half I will visit four countries in two continents, and hopefully conduct some really interesting research on technology transfer for climate change adaptation. I will be conducting … Continue reading

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