Science and Action: International Mercury Treaty Negotiations

Ten MIT students had an experience of a lifetime as they joined officials from around the world for the fifth and final meeting to finalize the new Minamata Convention on mercury in Geneva, Switzerland.  They were joined by their instructor, Noelle Selin, an assistant professor of engineering systems and atmospheric chemistry.  The students blogged about their experiences at http://mit.edu/mercurypolicy.The panelists will share their experiences of seeing international environmental policy-making in action and their thoughts on the final

Leveraging the Power of Anchor Institutions to Build Community Wealth: A Community Forum

Release of MIT-University of Maryland Case Study on Cleveland's University Hospitals Vision 2010 Program. This initiative was co-authored by J. Phillip Thompson, Associate Professor, MIT DUSP and Ted Howard, Executive Director, The Democracy Collaborative, University of Maryland.

Panel presentation - Questions and Answers followed by a reception.  The Forum will be webcast live at http://bit.ly/Wt6nuB.  A live Twitter discussion will also take place at #anchorpower.

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