Bard College

Leaning Across Borders, strengthened the international component of environmental graduate education at Bard, through student exchange, internships in developing countries, and joint research with NGOs abroad.

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Brown University

The Watson International Scholars of the Environment (WISE) program brought mid-career environmental leaders from universities, governments, and NGOs throughout the global South to Brown University for advanced training in land-change history, sciences, and policy.

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Johns Hopkins University
The Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS)

The Luce International Environmental Policy Practicum is an innovative course in which SAIS students consult for “client” organizations on international environmental projects.

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Oberlin College

International Perspectives in Environmental Studies, increased international perspectives in environmental studies through courses, visiting scholars, and study tours with students and faculty from China, India, Indonesia, and Japan.

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Tufts University

Graduate Education for International Environmental Management and Governance, an interdisciplinary graduate program to educate the next generation of international environmental problem solvers to work with governments, intergovernmental organizations, multinational corporations and international NGOs.

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UC Berkeley

The Luce Project on Green Governance, Green Peace (2005-2010) has fostered international exchange between the University of California, Berkeley, and research institutions in Indonesia, Nigeria, and Brazil addressing the question of new approaches to environmental policy and law, conflict resolution, and local resource management.

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Yale University

Collaborative Industrial Ecology in Asia: Collaboration with Asian institutions to institutionalize understanding and use of industrial ecology through faculty exchange, student scholarships, preparation of educational materials and executive training.

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