A map of ESS's Proposals Received for ISA 2020
Founded in 1983, the Environmental Studies Section seeks a better understanding of feedbacks between human and natural systems within global, regional, and national contexts. We promote interactions within the scholarly community and encourage member engagement with practitioners and policy makers when appropriate. ESS supports innovative research, theoretical diversity, interdisciplinary perspectives, and the application of a wide array of methodologies for analyzing international environmental issues and global environmental governance.
Kate O'Neill | Section Chair March 2019 - April 2021 University of California Berkeley
Graeme Auld | Section Vice-Chair & Section Program Chair March 2020 - April 2021 Carleton University
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