Environment and Society

 



Peter Rees

Peter Rees is an associate professor in the Department of Geography at the University of Delaware.  He is the Principal Investigator of the National Geographic Society Education Foundation Grosvenor grant that supported the development of this CD and its major author.  From 1989-2005, he served as the primary coordinator of the Delaware Geographic Alliance.  He is currently writing a book on the geography of Delaware.

Dr. Yda Schreuder        The Corporate Greenhouse
  • The book addresses the disconnect between the current climate change negotiation framework under the Kyoto Protocol and the forces in the global economy
  • The title was chosen to express that in a highly dynamic and competitive global economy, climate change policy and negotiations need to incorporate multinational corporate investment in the developing world
  • Under the current Kyoto Protocol, most emerging economies are not subjected to binding GHG emissions reductions commitments or ‘carbon constraints’ and therefore ‘invite’ relocation of energy-intensive industries
  • The book covers the impact and expected outcome of the European Union Emissions Trading Scheme (EU-ETS) and Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) on corporate investment strategies.
  • Click on this link to learn more about the book.
April Veness

Urban/social geography, minority problems and places, geographic thought.
Research in a remote village, San Isidro, in the western highlands of Guatemala. (UDaily article)
Water System is inaugurated in Guatemala. (UDaily article)

 
Last Update 5/23/13