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Topics in International Justice, Rights, and the Environment public seminar talks

Monday, May 3, 2021 2:30 PM
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Emmett Interdisciplinary Program in Environment & Resources

Exclusionary heritage of Empire: the Chagos MPA in the British Indian Ocean Territory

Dr. Elizabeth De Santo, Franklin & Marshall College

Dr. Elizabeth De Santo is an Associate Professor and Chair of the Environmental Studies Program at Franklin & Marshall College, based in the Department of Earth and Environment. She is a human geographer with training in environmental law, history of international relations, environmental management, and marine zoology. Elizabeth's teaching and research focus on marine conservation and environmental governance, critically examining: (1) the efficacy of spatial approaches to conserving marine species and habitats, and (2) mechanisms for improving the science-policy interface in environmental decision-making. She is particularly interested in the challenges of effectively implementing Marine Protected Areas and biodiversity conservation worldwide.

Stay tuned (and RSVP) for future Topics in International Justice, Rights, and the Environment public seminar talks, held every Monday from 2:30 - 3:30 pm PT.

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