On March 7th, the Centre for International Environmental Studies of the Graduate Institute of Geneva hosted a presentation on the research project ‘Effectiveness of Partnerships for Advancing the SDGs: Behavioural Pathways and Impacts‘. The presentation, which was part of the CIES Lunch Seminar Series of the Centre for International Environmental Studies, was delivered by CIES research assistant and PhD candidate Dario Piselli from 12.15 to 1.30pm.
It particularly focused on a comparative analysis of two transnational partnerships on biodiversity and clean energy that will be included in the Effectiveness of Partnerships research project as case studies, namely the Amazon Region Protected Areas (ARPA) Programme and the San Cristóbal Wind Power Project. Dario Piselli and Prof Liliana Andonova, coordinator of the project, discussed the status of their research and their preliminary findings on the behavioural effects and sustainable development impacts achieved by the two partnerships.
The seminar took place in room P1-847 of Maison de la Paix (Chemin Eugène-Rigot 2, 1202 Genève).