Katie Browne, Environmental Justice
Here at the Conference of Parties in Lima, I have been struck by the odd mixture of rah-rah optimism and doomsday pessimism permeating the corridors and negotiating rooms. It is an odd disjuncture, especially for a first-timer to the COP process. While everyone acknowledges that the cost of failure to reach a climate deal next year in Paris is so high as to be almost inconceivable, the possibility for failure remains a lurking reality.
By Arman Golrokhian
This past weekend, I and Samantha Shattuck attended the COY10 (Conference of Youth) in Lima, Peru. COY is an annual event that gathers youth from all around the world to meet and exchange their knowledge and experiences about engaging their communities in better understanding, addressing, and adapting to adverse climate change issues at regional and global scales.
- the graduate student is a Rackham Master's student who began his/her graduate study in Fall 2014; or
- a Ph.D.
- Larson Aquatic Research Support (LARS) Scholarship: $5,000 master's, $7,000 PhD
- American Water Scholarship; master's or PhD; $5,000
- Carollo Engineers Scholarship; master's only; $10,000
- Thomas R.