Environmental Diplomacy Program
The Environmental Diplomacy Program (EDP) monitors and analyzes trends and events in global environmental policies and practices. We gather, analyze and disseminate information and research concerning global climate change and its associated effects on human lifeways and biocultural diversity. With a special focus on international policy, we analyze and compare proposed solutions to the environmental issues that societies face today.
The EDP hosts The Environmental Sovereignty Project, which maintains an environmental law resource database, news bulletin, information repository, document database and publishes occasional papers and commentary on current topics and trends in environmental diplomacy specifically designed for indigenous peoples worldwide.
June 11, 2012
The purpose of this study is to decipher, and transcribe the Anáhuac Knowledge System of the Americas so that in certain cultural contexts we may be able to apply that knowledge to the explanation of… more >>Translation to Spanish available!
April 25, 2012
A new round of climate change talks will commence on 14 May and end on 25 May in Bonn, Germany. This session will see simultaneous meetings of the Subsidiary Body for… more >>Translation to Spanish available!Download
October 20, 2011
Indigenous nations representatives and representatives of indigenous organizations met for two days in Oaxaca, México October 10-12, 2011… more >>Translation to Spanish available!Download
September 02, 2011
In the present report, the Special Rapporteur provides a summary of the activities carried out during his third year in the mandate,… more >>Download
August 28, 2011
Rudolph C. Ryser, a member of the Capella University faculty in the School of Public Service Leadership (Minneapolis, MN) and Chairman of… more >>
July 01, 2011
The UN Food and Agriculture Organization authorized the establishment of the Committee on World Food Security which in turn asked it High… more >>Download
June 12, 2011
Quinault President Fawn Sharp spokeDownload
before the US Senate Committee on
Indian Affairs on 9 June calling for the
United States to… more >>