CIOCS News and Events
The University of Massachusetts Boston today took a major step toward becoming a global leader in environmental research, education, and outreach, with the UMass Board of Trustees’s approval of a new School for the Environment.
Attendees at the first Global Conference on Oceans, Climate and Security (GC '12) say more education about climate change is needed, the private sector needs to be involved in the conversation, and lessons could be learned from the military.
Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick presented Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus with the Collaborative Institute for Oceans, Climate, and Security’s Energy & Environmental Safety Award Tuesday.
Scientists, military and civilian policymakers, and thought leaders are taking part in this first-of-its kind conference at the UMass Boston.
Two and a half years after its founding, the University of Massachusetts Boston’s Collaborative Institute for Oceans, Climate, and Security (CIOCS) is hosting the world’s first global conference on oceans, climate, and security, drawing…
GC '12 will focus on three specific themes examining the overall problem of climate change from different perspectives with a unified goal of understanding how to mitigate the effects that we can control and adapt to those that we cannot.
Robbin Peach meets and speaks with Secretary Panetta about CIOCS, its mission, and potential roles in a national setting.
International Ocean Institute names CIOCS as a “satellite” office—or Focal Point-- of IOI-USA
Battelle and the Collaborative Institute for Oceans, Climate, and Security will host the Global Conference on Oceans, Climate, and Security in May 2012.
CIOCS Executive Director Robbin Peach moderated a partner session as a precursor to Capitol Hill Ocean Week