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SENSE General Director Frank Biermann will speak at UN General Assembly

Posted by: Marjolijn Dannenburg on April 17, 2014 03:06:49 PM +02:00 (11  reads )
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SENSE alumna Marjolein Helder speaks at TEDxBinnenhof

Posted by: Marjolijn Dannenburg on April 7, 2014 04:17:48 PM +02:00 (32  reads )
Alumna Marjolein Helder was one of the eleven speakers at TEDxBinnenhof. The theme of the day was "Global challenges, Dutch solutions". She didn't just speak about generating electricity from living plants; she sang about it, too. "It's not easy being green." She received a standing ovation. Watch her TEDxBinnenhof performance.
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IVM joins the Indian-European Multi-Level Climate Governance Research Network (IECGN)

Posted by: Marjolijn Dannenburg on April 7, 2014 03:17:04 PM +02:00 (38  reads )
The research focuses on understanding how the bottom up responses at lower levels of governance such as federal states, cities and municipalities interact with climate policy frameworks coming from the national and supranational levels in India and the EU. The main aim is to identify constraints and opportunities in strengthening responses to climate change on multiple levels of governance and generate knowledge regarding conceptual, methodological and empirical developments in this area.
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SENSE member Roy Brouwer (IVM-VU) re-appointed as expert observer by the European Chemicals Agency

Posted by: Marjolijn Dannenburg on April 7, 2014 03:14:07 PM +02:00 (38  reads )
Professor Roy Brouwer supports implementation of new EU regulation to restrict hazardous chemicals on European markets (REACH). He has summarized first experiences with the economic underpinning of REACH decision-making in a recently published article.
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Invitation to SENSE PhD candidates: Help us review the next IPCC synthesis report

Posted by: Marjolijn Dannenburg on March 17, 2014 02:18:32 PM +01:00 (319  reads )
The Dutch Ministry of infrastructure and Environment, the PBL Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency and The Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute will conduct a review of the draft version of the Synthesis Report for the fifth assessment by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). For this review we need approximately 30 young scientists who pursue a PhD in a relevant field (1) and have affinity with climate change, science valorization and the science policy interface.
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