Blogs

Dr. Naoko Tojo from the International Institute of Industrial Environmental Economics (IIIEE), Sweden

January 13, 2020

MESPOM is jointly operated by a consortium of 4 European and 2 North American Universities, each location presents its own unique set of learning opportunities.

Jennifer Lenhart (graduate of 2007), Global Lead of Cities at WWF

12 years ago?! Yikes! Feels like yesterday. But in short, MESPOM influences the work I do every single day.

Susana Guerreiro (MESPOM batch-9) panel speaker at COP25 in Madrid

December 30, 2019

With increasingly more young people taking the global stage in advocating climate action, the side-event on “Increasing Climate Ambition through Capacity Building Among Youth and Educators” at COP25 in Madrid was particularly relevant and timely.

A Fijian Journey After MESPOM: Nacanieli Bolo (Batch-12)

Nacanieli Bolo (Batch-12) talks about his Fijian journey after MESPOM.

After completing MESPOM in 2018, I returned to Fiji and worked as a consultant for UNDP in the field of risk (climate and disaster) and development nexus and then later joined the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office as a policy analyst supporting UK’s climate and ocean governance work in the Pacific.

Imelda Phadtare '2016 talks about her work climate resilience, risk and chaos

This week, batch-10 alumni and 2016 graduate, Imelda Phadtare talks about her work climate resilience, risk and chaos.