Center for Environment and Population Launches New Population, Climate Change, Environment Fellowships

The most recent report from the Center for Environment and Population

The most recent report from Center for Environment and Population, an independent, non-partisan, nonprofit research, policy and public outreach organization that addresses the relationship between human population, resource consumption, and the environment.

The Center for Environment and Population - a project of Tides - with four leading U.S. and global institutes, announces the launch of the 2010 CEP Fellows on Population, Climate Change and the Environment.  This is the first of a new, ongoing series of Fellowships to advance the science, science-policy-advocacy links, and real-world science application as well as build a much needed cadre of outstanding new young leaders, scientists, activists, spokespersons, and policymakers worldwide on population and climate change and other key population-environmental linkages (e.g., water, forests, biodiversity, habitat and land use).

To launch the program, this year CEP is partnering with:

  • National Center for Atmospheric Research
  • Green Belt Movement (Nairobi, Kenya)
  • The Nature Conservancy (Washington, DC)
  • Institute of Behavioral Sciences, University of Colorado

Read the full announcement here.

  • http://nil Oguntoke Olusegun

    I like to be part of this good development.
    I do hope it is open to researchers in developing countries like Nigeria


    True the issues regarding environment today are very senstive and need to be accorded a good attention. Because personally am concerned with the rate at which our natural vegetation is speedily depleted.I have undertaken a community drive to start serious community hand on activities with an association formed by volunteers and we look forward to recieve interested partners from abroad.

  • Isabel Lee

    it is very evident that climate change is already taking effect in this decade;~*