The ROHATYN CENTER FOR GLOBAL AFFAIRS at Middlebury will hold its first annual International Conference on March 14-16, 2013. The Topic is “The Politics of Freshwater: Access and Identity in a Changing Environment.”
Although our faculty and students are beginning Spring Break, we hope that some of you will find the time to tune into the livestream for this great conference, which includes presentations by two of our Monterey Institute faculty:
The Politics of Muddled Waters in Gujarat, India: Environmental, economic, social, and cultural influences
Creating Ecological Scarcity: The struggle to sustain New Zealand’s water, watersheds and pastoral heritage
On Wednesday, March 13, as a pre-conference event, MIIS students will present their project: “Tierra de Agua: Filming Water Issues in Nicaragua, recounting how they turned an environmental research project into a documentary.