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Environment, Development, Sustainability, Geography
 

Venerable tree, by YG, Washington, DC, January 2011
  • Reporting On Poverty and Sustainability from the Rehovot Conference, Dec. 10, 2010. Green Prophet.

 

  • Speaker, Geo-Ethnic Discordance in the Middle East State System. Bridging Diversity in a Globalized World, Political Geography Commission, International Geographical Union, July 7, 2010. Ben-Gurion University of the Negev. Beersheva, Israel. Green Prophet.

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Author, Development, Environment and Global Dysfunction: Delray Beach, FL: St. Lucie Press, 1996.

 

  • Co-Author, Planning Project for the Dang District, Nepal, with David Pelley, et al. (Rehovot, Israel: Development Study Center, 1988).

 

  • Research Editor, 1986. New Roads to Development (by Raanan Weitz). Westport, CN: Greenview Press.

 

  • Speaker. Elements of a New Social Ecology. The III International Conference of Ecological Economics. October 24, 1994, San Jose, Costa Rica.

 

  • Speaker. The Environmental and Developmental Context of Public Health in Developing Countries. Read at the Center for International Health, Boston University School of Public Health/Boston University School of Medicine. April 22, 1994.

 

  • Book Review of J. Friedmann's Empowerment: The Politics of Alternative Development. Economic Geography (October 1994).

 

  • Author. Restoring Life-Space from Colonized Space: Transcending the Encumbrances of the Post-Colonial State. Political Geography. September 1992.

 

  • Speaker. The Evolution of Development Theory and Practice and Their Applicability to Western Siberia. Seminar Paper at Clark University Graduate School of Geography to Members of the Siberian Academy of Science.

 

  • Speaker. The Second Reality: The Geo-Ethnic Region as an Alternative to State Centeredness. Paper delivered at the Commission on the International Political Map, International Geographical Union, Washington, D.C., Aug. 3, 1992.

 

  • Author. The Influence of Ethnic Segmentation on Development: Some Tentative Findings. Geography Research Forum. Spring 1992.

 

  • Speaker. The Structural Constraints of the Current Geopolitical Constellation. Paper delivered at the Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers. San Diego, CA. April 21, 1992.

 

  • Speaker. Self-Determination and Territorial Engagement. Delivered at the Conference on Empowerment for Social and Economic Transformation. Political Geography Specialty Group, Association of American Geographers. Boulder, CO. April 16, 1992.

 

  • Speaker. Structural Impediments to Development in the Post-Colonial State. Departmental Seminar. Tel Aviv University. December 1991.
  • Speaker. Kurdistan and Alternatives to State-Centered Development. Departmental Seminar. The Hebrew University of Jerusalem. December 1991.

 

  • Speaker. The Geo-Ethnic Regional Approach to Development: Guidelines for Analysis and Planning. Presented at the International Geographical Union, Commission on Changing Rural Systems, International Conference on Harmony and Conflict in Rural and Ex-Urban Space. Jerusalem. December 20, 1991.

 

  • Speaker. Kurdistan, Development and the Post-Colonial State. Departmental Seminar. Ben-Gurion University, Beersheva, Israel. December 1991.

 

  • Speaker Geo-Ethnic Imperatives of Development: Territory, Society and State in the Third World. Paper delivered at the Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers. Miami, Florida. April 15, 1991.

 

  • Speaker. The Geo-Ethnic Region as a Fulcrum for Development and Self-Determination. Paper delivered at the International Conference on Global Political Change. Political Geography Specialty Group, Association of American Geographers, and International Geographical Union Commission on a New Political Map. Tallahassee, Florida. April 12, 1991.

 

  • Speaker. Kurdistan as an Ethno-Region: A GIS Application. Paper delivered at the Annual Meeting of the New England/St. Lawrence Valley Region of the Association of American Geographers. Norwich, Connecticut. October 1990.

 

  • Speaker. The Influence of Ethnic Segmentation on Development: Some Preliminary Findings. Paper delivered at the Annual Meeting of the New England/St. Lawrence Valley Region of the Association of American Geographers. Boston, Massachusetts. October 1989

 

  • The Rehovot Approach. (Interview). Africa Bulletin, No. 10, 1987/3, London.

 

 

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