KONSTANTIN SCHMID COMMITTEE MEMBER Unsatisfied with the winter in Geneva, just days before the Siberian cold hit the Lake Geneva shoreline, the EC decided to organise a trip to the nearby Jura to experience the Swiss winter as it had been promised to all those coming from near and afar to study together at the […]
Next week the Environmental Committee is putting sustainability at the center of attention at The Graduate Institute!
Have you been to some spectacular destinations during the holidays? Or you just happen to live in the most magical place on Earth? Do you have some pictures that need to be shared with the world? If your answer is yes don’t miss the chance to participate to the EC photo exhibit during the Swiss […]
ROBERTA MAGGI COMMITTEE MEMBER On the 12th of December 2017, the EC hosted its second movie screening of the academic year. Around twenty students gathered to watch the Netflix Original documentary Chasing Coral, produced and directed by Jeff Orlowski, and released in July 2017. The documentary features a team of divers, photographers and scientists set […]
NADIA MONDINI & HANNES ZAISER As one of its initiatives aimed at giving Graduate Institute students closer insights into global environmental issues and careers in sustainability, the Environmental Committee last week organized a visit to the International Environment House. The Environment House, just twenty minutes by tram from Maison de la Paix, gathers 22 UN […]
MARC WEILENMANN EC President With a good glass of wine and snacks, the EC members met to decide by vote who will be vice-president and president for the year 2018. We were happy to receive also the majority of GISA members and Vanessa Valerio from Développement Durable IHEID. The incumbent president Marc Weilenmann introduced the […]
Faced with unprecedented sustainability challenges, environmental NGOs are key players in shaping both popular understanding and policy responses to urgnt topics such as biodiversity loss, climate change and deforestation. Simultaneously, their role is subject to intense debate by nation states, social movements and academics.