Posted on February 10, 2021 by David B. Farer
On Monday, February 22, ACOEL is co-sponsoring and participating in a joint webinar with Columbia University, the Environmental Defense Fund, and the Foundation Antonio Nunez Jimenez of Nature and Humanity (FANJ, a Cuban NGO) on the prospects and means of revitalizing the environmental MOUs that had been entered between the US and Cuban governments and other organizations during the Obama administration openings.
The program is titled “Cuba-US Working Together Again: Lessons from Environmental Cooperation.” The morning session will provide history and context. The afternoon session will explore opportunities and strategies, including opportunities for College Fellows to provide pro bono services pursuant to the 2019 MOU between ACOEL and FANJ.
The webinar is open to all to attend, free of charge. Here are links to the webinar flyer– which includes the registration link – and the announcement of the program.
ACOEL will be well represented in the event. Dan Whittle will be moderating the morning panel on history and context. Pam Giblin and Lee DeHihns will be on the afternoon panel that David Farer will be co-moderating on opportunities and strategies.
Registration link: http://bit.ly/3oBDca2