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Apr 18 2014

Dr. Barbara Ross-Lee Honored for Professional and Public Service

Apr 17 2014

Water-Energy Nexus Conference in China Tackles Global Issues

Apr 16 2014

NYIT Celebrates M.B.A. Graduation at JUFE

Apr 10 2014

NYIT Anatomy Professors Awarded NSF Grant for Evolutionary Studies

Apr 04 2014

NYIT Expert to Lecture on Nation’s Physician Shortage and Poverty

Apr 24 2014

TechDay 2014

Apr 24 2014

The Lion King On Broadway

Apr 24 2014

Job Search Strategies

Apr 25 2014

Relay For Life of NYIT

Apr 25 2014

The Source

Antonina Ivanova
Antonina Ivanova,
Professor and Senior Researcher, Autonomous University of Baja California Sur and Director of the APEC Studies Center

Antonina Ivanovais a professor and senior researcher at the Autonomous University of Baja California Sur and director of the APEC Studies Center in the State of Southern Baja California, Mexico. From 2007 to 2009, she acted as Secretary General of the Mexican Consortium of APEC Studies Centers.

Since November 2009, Ivanova has represented Mexico in the Intergovernmental Panel of Climate Change (IPCC) as vice president of Working Group III “Mitigation of Climate Change.” She holds a master’s in economic journalism from the University for International Economics of Sofia and the Institute of European Integration in Brussels, and earned her Ph.D. from the National Autonomous University of México. Her postdoctoral research at the University of Bradford’s Department of Peace Studies focused on the interface between sustainability and security.

She has published 10 books and 80 papers on international relations, sustainable development, security, and environment. She was lead author of the chapter “Policies, Instruments, Cooperative Arrangements for Climate Change Mitigation” in the Fourth Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) (Nobel Peace Prize Award 2007), and is currently the reviewing editor for the chapter “Policies, Financing and Implementation of Renewable Energies” of the Special Report Renewable Energies Sources of the IPCC.

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