Wednesday, October 12, 2011
This Week’s Posts
EMPLOYMENT: Water Scientist and Plant Pathologist Positions at IRRI.The International Rice Research Institute is accepting applications for two positions to be based at their office in Los Baños, Philippines. Deadline: October 20, 2011
EMPLOYMENT: FAO Senior Officer (Livestock Policy). The incumbent will be responsible for livestock sector analysis, policy analysis and the formulation of relevant development strategies and policy advice. Deadline: November 6, 2011
CALL FOR PAPERS: 12th Biennial Conference of the International Society for Ecological Economics. The conference will take place from 29 May to 1 June in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Deadline: November 15, 2011
CALL FOR ABSTRACTS: Lund Conference on Earth System Governance. The Lund Conference on Earth System Governance: Towards Just and Legitimate Earth System Governance – Addressing Inequalities, will be held at Lund University, 18-20 April 2012. Deadline: November 5, 2011
CALL FOR PROPOSALS: New Zealand Fund for Global Partnerships in Livestock Emissions Research. The Fund is aimed at accelerating global research into mitigating greenhouse gas emissions from pastoral livestock farming. Deadline: November 7, 2011
CALL FOR ACTION: Community Forestry—Key to Solving Current and Emerging Challenges. Participants from the Second Regional Forum for People and Forests held in Thailand on August 8-9 have issued a Call to Action on Community Forestry—Key to Solving Current and Emerging Challenges.
PUBLICATION: Policies, politics and realities of small dams in the rural South. A new issue of Water Alternatives has a special section on Policies, politics and realities of small dams in the rural South.
PUBLICATION: Collective Action: Research, Theory and Practice: Celebrating Elinor Ostrom and Her Work. The latest issue of the Grassroots Economic Organizing (GEO) newsletter celebrates Elinor Ostrom.
ONLINE RESOURCE: World Bank eAtlas of Gender. This tool allows users to map and graph dozens of gender indicators over time and across countries