As gasoline prices remain high across the nation and Congress grapples with creating a national energy policy, the Wilson Center held several meetings exploring energy politics--from the current bill's passage through Congress to Asia's growing demand for natural gas, to the increased need for U.S.-Canada cooperation over the gas supply.
ECSP Director Geoffrey Dabelko Presents Testimony on Water Issues to House International Relations CommitteeJun 29, 2005
ECSP Director Geoffrey Dabelko testified in front of the House Committee on International Relations on June 29, on "The Global Water Crisis: Evaluating U.S. Strategies to Enhance Access to Safe Water and Sanitation."
JUNE 2005--ECSP Director Geoffrey Dabelko traveled to Tehran to present his paper "From Threat to Opportunity: Exploiting Environmental Pathways to Peace" at a historic conference chaired by Iran's first female vice president and environment head Massoumeh Ebtekar, one of the highest-ranking women in the Muslim world today.
ECSP Director Geoffrey Dabelko answers water questions from Chennai, Tbilisi, Paris, and elsewhere around the world
Worldwatch Institute Publishes Global Security Brief by Aaron T. Wolf, Annika Kramer, Alexander Carius, and Geoffrey D. Dabelko
The Middle East Program's Haleh Esfandiari compares the approach of various Muslim countries toward population growth and family planning, in this Point of View column from the May issue of Centerpoint.
In this seminar series sponsored by the Wilson Center's Middle East Program, the Environmental Change and Security Project, and USAID, experts are convening to discuss such topics as safe motherhood, reproductive health and culture, fertility patterns, contraceptive use, and HIV.
Heinrich Böll Foundation publishes reports by regional experts on environmental peacemaking
Former Ambassador Kenneth C. Brill reviews Jared Diamond's new best-seller
CEF and Japanese partner Institute of Developing Economies publish book on promoting river basin governance in ChinaApr 19, 2005
APRIL 2005--A collection of research papers produced by a study group and other researchers at the Institute for Developing Economies that look comparatively at challenges to river basin governance in Japan, China, and the United States.