Listen to what Swedish students suggest. The finalists in the US Embassy Environmental Policy Paper Competition 2016 was open in the beginning of May for students members of the Swedish Association of International Affairs and Stockholm School of Economics. This year’s research topic was “How can the United States and Sweden help ensure that women in developing countries participate equitably in helping their countries meet COP21 commitments?” The winning team wins a trip to Washington, D.C. this summer including meetings with environmental policy organizations and government officials.
Professor Ranjula Bali Swain at Mistra Center for Sustainable Markets at Stockholm School of Economics and Dr. Sarah Dickins at Stockholm Environment Institute will comment on the students’ papers and present their respective research in this field.
The finalists in the US Embassy Environmental Policy Paper Competition 2016 will present their policy papers at a seminar at Stockholm School of Economics. Welcome to attend the open seminar on Wednesday May 25, 2.30 pm in Bonniersalen, Stockholm School of Economics (Handelshögskolan), Sveavägen 65, Stockholm.