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Despite challenges, all antimalarial mosquito nets have been delivered!

Egleé delivers nets impregnated with insecticide to remote indigenous Venezuelan communities in...

Egleé delivers nets impregnated with insecticide to remote indigenous Venezuelan communities in Iguana, Kayama and Betania. ...

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Thiago completes his thesis

Thiago Gomes (GESA 2013) successfully defended his PhD thesis in Ecology at...

Thiago Gomes (GESA 2013) successfully defended his PhD thesis in Ecology at the Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, Brazil, last August. He also had a Rufford Foundation Small Grant accepted...

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GEN Alumni reunion at ‘Territories of Life’ event

From the 18 - 20 March 2019, four GEN Alumni - Ugo...

From the 18 - 20 March 2019, four GEN Alumni - Ugo D’Ambrosio (GESA 2015), Anna Varga (GESA 2011), Emma Courtine (GESA 2018) and Aili Pyhälä (GESA 2015) - were...

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Anna speaks about wood pastures in Japan

Anna Varga (GESA 2011) gave a presentation at an international symposium “Making...

Anna Varga (GESA 2011) gave a presentation at an international symposium “Making Food in Human and Natural History” at the National Museum of Ethnology, Japan with Shingo Hamada (GESA 2011)....

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Jessica shares her experience of curating an ethnobotany conference and more

Jessica Dolan shares her journey since the North American Community Environmental Leadership...

Jessica Dolan shares her journey since the North American Community Environmental Leadership Exchange held in Montreal, in 2015....

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Nessie Reid is new director of the Global Environments Network

Global Environments Summer Academy alumna Nessie Reid takes on the leading role in...

Global Environments Summer Academy alumna Nessie Reid takes on the leading role in the Global Environments Network....

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First Mediterranean regional academy focuses on community-based resource management

The first Mediterranean Environments Regional Academy (MERA) took place in early November...

The first Mediterranean Environments Regional Academy (MERA) took place in early November 2018 in Morocco....

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A collection of photos from our 2018 summer academy

The sixth Global Environments Summer Academy (GESA 2018) took place at the...

The sixth Global Environments Summer Academy (GESA 2018) took place at the University of Oxford and beautiful locales in the surrounding countryside....

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International delivery of mosquito nets begin!

Egleé, project co-leader of the "Alleviating malaria in Venezuela" project, shares a detailed update...

Egleé, project co-leader of the "Alleviating malaria in Venezuela" project, shares a detailed update on efforts to purchase and transport mosquito nets to three remote Indigenous communities to prevent further spread of...

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Can the Cenotes be Saved? Biocultural Conservation in Yucatan, Mexico

In her article, Yolanda introduces cenotes (from the Mayan word d’zonot, “sinkhole”), its...

In her article, Yolanda introduces cenotes (from the Mayan word d’zonot, “sinkhole”), its cultural and spiritual values, and what inspired her to direct her efforts to caring about what surrounds her:...

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Developing learning materials to strengthen the Tojol-Ab’al language

NACELE 2017 participant Maribel Hernández López developed a language revitalisation undergraduate thesis project,...

NACELE 2017 participant Maribel Hernández López developed a language revitalisation undergraduate thesis project, and developing learning materials to strengthen the Tojol-Ab’al language. ...

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GEN at the Conservation Optimism Summit

With support from the Alumni Innovation Fund, GESA alumni reconvened at the Conservation Optimism...

With support from the Alumni Innovation Fund, GESA alumni reconvened at the Conservation Optimism Summit in London (April, 2017) to present at a GEN hosted session titled New Generation of Environmental Leaders Embrace Whole...

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