Water Protection and Pollution in the U.S.

On the 50th anniversary of the infamous Cuyahoga River fire, international visitors from China will travel to Cleveland to take a firsthand look at the extensive local efforts to protect our most vital asset: clean, fresh, accessible water. While in Northeast Ohio, visitors will assess U.S. water management programs and discuss strategies on establishing bilateral, […]

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Science Education and Promotion in the U.S.

From June 20 – 28, 2016, CCWA will welcome 4 educators from the Azerbaijan National Academy of Sciences for a program focused on understanding various methods and activities that promote and popularize science.  The participants will meet with various science centers and science festival organizers to examine how educators popularize the sciences, how such organizations are formed, […]

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Energy Security and Climate Change Resilience

Growing trends towards a “green energy” economy influence how international cooperation, environmental technologies, and government policies will develop in future years. The Cleveland Council on World Affairs presents a project that will incorporate these themes to educate participants in U.S. energy policy formulation, facilitate conversations about U.S.-European energy policy concerns, and to discuss strategies for […]

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