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Shrinking Water Supplies

National Geographic published an article a few weeks ago regarding the country's shrinking water supply being in jeopardy as weak regulation, lagging services and climate variability fuel a complex crisis. This would be an example of outside content that applies to our work on the ground, which could be shared on our blog with accompanied commentary from our Board Directors, Advisors, professors, alumni, volunteers, etc.

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Why Invest in ECOPA?

Two years ago I had the privilege to be introduced to Adele Negro by a mutual friend at a dinner in Monterey. It didn’t take but a few minutes for Adele and me to start a conversation that brought our deep interests and passions of ‘what can be done to make a difference’ on behalf of our planet and all those who seek a more livable existence...

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Becoming ECOPA

While serving as Assistant Dean in the former Graduate School of International Studies (GSIPS) at the Middlebury Institute of International Studies (MIIS), I had the honor of reporting to Dr. Edward Laurance, who at the time was the Dean of GSIPS. With a new Fall semester just around the corner there was a slight sense of panic in the air...

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Why ECOPA's Work Is Critical for El Salvador (Amb. Werner Romero)

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Public Spaces Brief

I landed at the Monseñor Óscar Arnulfo Romero International Airport in El Salvador on the same flight from SFO as ECOPA’s Founding Director, Adele Negro, on Monday morning (March 11, 2019). I had forgotten how exhausting a red-eye can be! Nevertheless, ecstatic to be in the country again for the first time since my fieldwork in 2015...

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Founder's Welcome

ECOPA: Intersections for Sustainable Living, whose website we are delighted to launch here, has been many years in the making. Both the website and ECOPA as an organization are the creative handiwork of a group of talented and committed people, for whom my gratitude and appreciation are unsparing...

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Measuring Our Success

As the newly-appointed Dean of the Graduate School of International Policy Studies at the Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey, I came to the job with many ideas regarding moving GSIPS forward - especially in the area of immersive learning utilizing skills in actual development projects...

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Shrinking Water Supplies

National Geographic published an article a few weeks ago regarding the country's shrinking water supply being in jeopardy as weak regulation, lagging services and climate variability fuel a complex crisis. This would be an example of outside content that applies to our work on the ground, which could be shared on our blog with accompanied commentary from our Board Directors, Advisors, professors, alumni, volunteers, etc.

Read More »

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Public Spaces Brief

I landed at the Monseñor Óscar Arnulfo Romero International Airport in El Salvador on the same flight from SFO as ECOPA’s Founding Director, Adele Negro, on Monday morning (March 11, 2019). I had forgotten how exhausting a red-eye can be! Nevertheless, ecstatic to be in the country again for the first time since my fieldwork in 2015...

Read More »

Becoming ECOPA

While serving as Assistant Dean in the former Graduate School of International Studies (GSIPS) at the Middlebury Institute of International Studies (MIIS), I had the honor of reporting to Dr. Edward Laurance, who at the time was the Dean of GSIPS. With a new Fall semester just around the corner there was a slight sense of panic in the air...

Read More »

Why ECOPA's Work Is Critical for El Salvador (Amb. Werner Romero)

Insert copy here.

Read More »

Why Invest in ECOPA?

Two years ago I had the privilege to be introduced to Adele Negro by a mutual friend at a dinner in Monterey. It didn’t take but a few minutes for Adele and me to start a conversation that brought our deep interests and passions of ‘what can be done to make a difference’ on behalf of our planet and all those who seek a more livable existence...

Read More »

Measuring Our Success

As the newly-appointed Dean of the Graduate School of International Policy Studies at the Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey, I came to the job with many ideas regarding moving GSIPS forward - especially in the area of immersive learning utilizing skills in actual development projects...

Read More »

Founder's Welcome

ECOPA: Intersections for Sustainable Living, whose website we are delighted to launch here, has been many years in the making. Both the website and ECOPA as an organization are the creative handiwork of a group of talented and committed people, for whom my gratitude and appreciation are unsparing...

Read More »

Shrinking Water Supplies

National Geographic published an article a few weeks ago regarding the country's shrinking water supply being in jeopardy as weak regulation, lagging services and climate variability fuel a complex crisis. This would be an example of outside content that applies to our work on the ground, which could be shared on our blog with accompanied commentary from our Board Directors, Advisors, professors, alumni, volunteers, etc.

Read More »

Why ECOPA's Work Is Critical for El Salvador (Amb. Werner Romero)

Insert copy here.

Read More »

Read More »

Why Invest in ECOPA?

Two years ago I had the privilege to be introduced to Adele Negro by a mutual friend at a dinner in Monterey. It didn’t take but a few minutes for Adele and me to start a conversation that brought our deep interests and passions of ‘what can be done to make a difference’ on behalf of our planet and all those who seek a more livable existence...

Read More »

Public Spaces Brief

I landed at the Monseñor Óscar Arnulfo Romero International Airport in El Salvador on the same flight from SFO as ECOPA’s Founding Director, Adele Negro, on Monday morning (March 11, 2019). I had forgotten how exhausting a red-eye can be! Nevertheless, ecstatic to be in the country again for the first time since my fieldwork in 2015...

Read More »

Measuring Our Success

As the newly-appointed Dean of the Graduate School of International Policy Studies at the Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey, I came to the job with many ideas regarding moving GSIPS forward - especially in the area of immersive learning utilizing skills in actual development projects...

Read More »

Becoming ECOPA

While serving as Assistant Dean in the former Graduate School of International Studies (GSIPS) at the Middlebury Institute of International Studies (MIIS), I had the honor of reporting to Dr. Edward Laurance, who at the time was the Dean of GSIPS. With a new Fall semester just around the corner there was a slight sense of panic in the air...

Read More »

Founder's Welcome

ECOPA: Intersections for Sustainable Living, whose website we are delighted to launch here, has been many years in the making. Both the website and ECOPA as an organization are the creative handiwork of a group of talented and committed people, for whom my gratitude and appreciation are unsparing...

Read More »