Introduction to International Environmental Law
David Hunter of the Washington College of Law explored the changing field of international environmental law.
Why Sustainable Agriculture and Climate Engineering Need to be a Part of the Same Conversation
Holly Buck of Cornell University delivered a lecture on the intersection of agriculture and climate as part of the Forum for Climate Engineering Assessment lecture series.
Climate Change Governance on the Road to Paris
This conference highlighted the importance of subnational initiatives, such as the Québec-California linked emissions trading system, in anticipation of the upcoming Paris UNFCCC negotiations.
Al Moumin Distinguished Lecture on Environmental Peacebuilding: Liz Alden Wily
Liz Alden Wily delivered the third annual Al Moumin lecture, titled "Communities and the State: Getting the Property Relationship Right for a Safer 21st Century."
The Ecology of Wonder: David Abram
David Abram is a writer, cultural ecologist, and geophilosopher concerned with life at a time of immense environmental intensification.
Is it Permissible to Research Solar Climate Engineering?
Dr. David Morrow of George Mason University, also an SIS/FCEA fellow, discussed the major arguments against solar climate research and argued that none provide a conclusive reason to ban research, but rather provide guidance on the governance of climate engineering research.