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Dr. David L. Downie

Associate Professor of Enviromental Studies
ddownie@fairfield.edu
o: Donnarumma Hall Rm 217
p: x3504

 

Grants

  • Environmental Studies Program Development, Humanities Institute, 2013.
  • The Changing News Media and the 2012 Election, Humanities Institute, 2012.
  • Program on the Environment at Fairfield University, Educational Foundation of America and Ettinger Foundation, 2009.
  • Conference on Northern Lights on POPs. Government of Canada, Canadian Studies Conference Grant Program. 2002.
  • Users Guide to the 2001 Stockholm Convention on Persistent Organic Pollutants. Research Contract, United Nations Environment Programme. 2001.
  • Northern Lights against POPs: Combating Global Toxic Threats at the Top of the World. Walter and Duncan Gordon Foundation. 2001.
  • Northern Lights against POPs: Combating Global Toxic Threats at the Top of the World. Metcalf Foundation. 2001.
  • Northern Lights against POPs: Combating Global Toxic HTreats at the Top of the World. EJLB Foundation. 2001.
  • Northern Light: Canada’s Leadership Role in Developing International Policy on Controlling POPs. Government of Canada, Candaian Studies Faculty Research Grant Program. 2001.
  • Document Guide to the Stockholm Convention on Persistent Organic Pollution. Research Contract, United Nations Environment Programme, UNEP/FP/. 2001.
  • Carbon Sequestration and Poverty Reduction in West Africa. Near East Foundation. 2001.
  • POPs INC-3 Information Document on the Scope, Content, and Development Process of National Action Plans Under the Auspices of Existing Multilateral Environmental Agreements. Research Contract, United Nations Environment Programme. 1999.
  • Clearinghouse for Technical and Financial Assistance to Address POPs. Research Contract, United Nations Environment Programme. 1999.
  • Emmissions Trading European Union. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. 1998.
  • Understanding International Environmental Regimes: Lessons of the Ozone Regime. Summer Research Fellowship, Columbia University Humanities and Social Sciences Development Committee. 1997.
  • Environmental Degradation, Violent Conflict and the Security Dilemma. Compton Foundation. 1997.
  • Environmental Degradation, Violent Conflict and the Security Dilemma. U.S. Institute for Peace. 1996.
  • Obstacles to Environmental Cooperation. Research Consultant Contract, Institute for Defense Analysis. 1995.
  • National Science Foundation Dissertation Grant. 1993.
  • John D. Rockefeller Graduate Summer Fellowship. Yale University for Non-Profit Organizations. 1993.
  • Dissertation Fellowship. Institute for the Study of World Politics. 1992.
  • Pogue Fellowship, University North Carolina.