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“Environment and Human Insecurity in the Middle East”
Tuesday September 29th, 2015
CIRS Conference Room
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Jeannie Sowers is Associate Professor of Political Science at the University of New Hampshire. Her research focuses on the intersections between political economy and environmental issues in the Middle East, particularly in Egypt where she has conducted extensive field research. She holds a PhD from Princeton University and a BA from Harvard University. Selected publications include Environmental Politics in Egypt: Experts, Activists, and the State (Routledge, 2013), The Journey to Tahrir: Revolution, Protest, and Social Change in Egypt (co-edited with C. Toensing, Verso, 2012), and articles in Development and Change, Climatic Change, Middle East Report, and International Environmental Agreements. Sowers is also on the editorial boards of the journals Global Environmental Politics and Middle East Report.
Explore creative public realm designs at Qatar’s premier landscaping event with a special focus for 2015 – youth, sports and leisure. Organizations involved in Future Landscape and Public Realm Qatar include:
Ministry of Municipality and Urban Planning, Qatar Foundation, Public Works Authority “Ashghal”, Eden Project, AECOM, Qatar University, OMA, Transport Research Lab, Cracknell etc.
Participants at the 2nd Annual Future Landscape and Public Realm Qatar 2015 will have the opportunity to hear about the strategies being put in place by designers, project managers, contractors, consultants, architects and master planners who, alongside innovative design objectives, are increasingly aiming to achieve specific sustainability goals. The fresh 2015 agenda will also discuss the solutions to strategic sourcing, product selection, improving project management effectiveness in ongoing and future projects and attaining cost-effective design.
By attending as a delegate, you could get right in the middle of the action and find out the latest insights from industry experts like never before in addition to networking sessions during the conference.