In anticipation of its 100th anniversary, the Walsh School of Foreign Service is organizing an annual Centennial Event Series. Each year leading up to the 2019-2020 centennial year, SFS will choose an important theme around which to plan programs for the Georgetown and Washington, DC communities. Featuring experts and practitioners in international affairs and other disciplines intersecting with the theme, the Centennial Event Series will demonstrate the reach and relevance of SFS scholarship and its impact on key global issues.
The 2016-2017 Centennial Event Series theme is The Environment.
European policymakers have started shaping an agenda for international climate collaboration in the Trump era. Sascha Müller-Kraenner, Executive Director of Deutsche Umwelthilfe/Environmental Action Germany, will discuss how the G20 Presidency might provide an opportunity to include the new U.S. administration in an international conversation around energy security, sustainable investments, and climate change.Find out more »
Please join us for the next meeting of the Energy and Climate Policy Research Seminar with Dr. Todd Moss, Senior Fellow, Center for Global Development.Find out more »
Please join the Georgetown Institute for Women, Peace & Security, the School of Foreign Service, and the Georgetown Environment Initiative for a lecture and discussion with Patricia Espinosa, Executive Secretary of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change.Find out more »
Please join us for the next Energy and Climate Policy Research Seminar with Dr. David G. Victor, University of California, San Diego.Find out more »
On March 31, the India Initiative will host Vicki Arroyo, executive director of the Georgetown Climate Center at the Georgetown Law Center. She will join students for a conversation on India’s role within the global climate framework.Find out more »
Please join us for the next Energy and Climate Policy Research Seminar with Kyle Meng, Assistant Professor, UC Santa Barbara.Find out more »
This conference aims to address the intersectionality of Climate Change and Security. As a threat to national security, climate change acts as a threat multiplier, aggravating problems such as poverty, racial and social tensions, environmental degradation, and further destabilize states.Find out more »
Join the Environmental Future(s) Initiative for a conversation with Mr. Gus Speth, founder of the World Resources Institute.Find out more »
Please join the Institute of Study of Diplomacy for the launch of its new working group report on "New Challenges to Human Security: Environmental Change and Human Mobility."Find out more »
Join us for an event with Professor Kristie L. Ebi is the Rohm & Haas Endowed Professorship in Public Health Sciences at the University of Washington.Find out more »