International Global Change Institute, Hamilton (IGCI)
1997 New Zealand
1997, New Zealand, as part of the University of Waikato. Reformed as an independent nonprofit organization.
Serve as a centre for coordinating and carrying out research and development projects on global environmental change issues, especially in the Asia-Pacific region; provide post-graduate and professional training focused in cross-disciplinary issues of global environmental change; promote linkages to international research programmes, institutes and funding organizations on matters relating to the human dimensions of global environmental change; translate and communicate the results of scientific research on global environmental change issues in order to facilitate policy, planning and action.
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