Emily Yeh

COP27: Power and (in)justice in global climate governance

Dec. 7, 2022

Geography PhD student Emma Loizeaux and professor Emily Yeh (photo R.) both attended the UNFCCC COP27 in Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt in November 2022 as part of a collaborative event ethnography project on “Power and (in)justice in global climate governance.” Emma was there during Week 1 and Emily during Week...

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Emily Yeh & Emma Loizeaux to attend world’s largest climate conference

Nov. 3, 2022

Starting Nov. 6, representatives from 197 countries and hundreds of activists, scientists and industry representatives will gather in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt, for the 2022 United Nations Climate Change Conference. This year’s event, known as COP27 (27th annual Conference of Parties), marks the 30th anniversary of the adoption of the U.N...

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AAG Best Paper for Geography and Entrepreneurship

Feb. 23, 2022

Emily Yeh 's paper was awarded “AAG-Kaufmann Best Paper for Geography and Entrepreneurship” for 2022. The cultural politics of new Tibetan entrepreneurship in contemporary China: Valorisation and the question of neoliberalism Abstract: Over the past decade, new forms of Tibetan entrepreneurship have emerged and proliferated in China, at the intersection...

Emily Yeh

American Association of Geographers

The American Association of Geographers (AAG) is the national scholarly association to which the most geographers – including professors, undergraduate and graduate students, and professionals - in the US belong. Founded in 1904, it has members from over 100 countries and its total membership has fluctuated over the past two...

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Fair Redistricting and Community Engagement: How to get involved in Colorado’s Independent Redistricting Process

Aug. 30, 2021

Panelists: Moderator: Emily Yeh, Professor, Department of Geography and President, American Association of Geographers Panelist 1: Scott Adler, Professor, Department of Political Science and Dean of the Graduate School, CU Boulder Panelist 2: Julia Jackson, Public Information Officer and Redistricting Analyst, Colorado Independent Redistricting Commission Panelist 3: Seth Spielman, Professor...

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Faculty News Spring 2021

May 3, 2021

Waleed Abdalati testified to Congress for the House Select Committee on the Climate Crisis. Waleed Abdalati On April 15, 2021, Professor Abdalati testified in a hearing held by the U.S. House of Representatives Select Committee on the Climate Crisis. The hearing was titled “Making the Case for Climate Action: The...

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Emily Yeh Wins 2020-2021 Outstanding Faculty Mentor Award

May 3, 2021

Congratulations to Emily Yeh , Geography Department Chair! She was notified by Scott Adler, Dean of the Graduate School and Vice Provost for Graduate Affairs that she has been chosen as a winner of the 2020-2021 Outstanding Faculty Mentor Award. The nomination dossier is full of praise for the help...

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2020 Spring Newsletter Published

June 21, 2020

The 2020 Spring Newsletter has been published and is available for viewing. The newsletter is filled with department news, alumni updates, and articles by faculty and students. Contents: Message from the Department Chair, pg 2 ​Mara Goldman: Reaction to Coronavirus, pg 3 Page Hartwell: An Undergraduate's Perspective on COVID-19, pg...

2019 Fall Newsletter Cover

2019 Fall Newsletter Published

Dec. 11, 2019

The 2019 Fall Newsletter has been published and is available for viewing. The newsletter is packed with department news, alumni updates, and articles by faculty and students. Contents: Message from the Department Chair, pg 2 Editors' Comments, pg 3 Mark Serreze Named Distinguished Professor, pgs 4-5 The Boulder Affordable Housing...

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Dismantling Assumptions About Grassland Degradation On The Tibetan Plateau

Sept. 26, 2018

by Kelly Hopping & Emily Yeh The Tibetan Plateau supports a vast expanse of rolling meadows and grassy steppes that are nearly 3 miles (4,500 meters or 14,700 feet), on average, above sea level. Well above the tree line, these alpine ecosystems extend across western China to the Himalayan mountains...

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