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Indigenous Activist, Economist, Author Winona LaDuke to Speak at AAG 2022

Rural development economist and environmental justice advocate Winona LaDuke (Anishinaabekwe, Ojibwe) will join AAG President Emily Yeh for a virtual keynote address and conversation during AAG 2022. LaDuke, an enrolled member of the Mississippi band of Ashinaabeg who lives and works on the White Earth Indian Reservation, founded the White Earth Land Recovery Project in…
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A New Encyclopedia is Coming

The International Encyclopedia of Geography The AAG and an international team of distinguished editors and authors are in the final stages of preparing a new major reference work for Geography: The International Encyclopedia of Geography: People, the Earth, Environment, and Technology. This 15-volume work, published by Wiley both in hard copy and online, will be an…
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Graduate Scholarships, Research Opportunities in Tel Aviv

The Tel Aviv Global & Tourism Administration is seeking to position Tel Aviv as a center for innovative research focusing on Tel Aviv and the metropolitan area in various fields. To this aim, the Administration is offering two research scholarships of 7,500 NIS each, for students who are currently working towards completion of MA or…
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Call for Participation to Youth in the U.S., Bolivia, Panama, South Africa

TechCamps on Geotechnologies for Climate Change and Environment The Global Connections and Exchange Youth TechCamps: My Community, Our Earth Program (GCE MyCOE) is looking for current high school students in the United States, Bolivia, Panama and South Africa. High school students from each of these countries will be selected to form teams and will collaborate…
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