What is it?
A practical and open discussion between Haitian and Dominican thought leaders focused on the environment as a uniting concern towards the creation of a bi-national sustainable development framework.
Who should attend?
Anyone interested in the strategic challenge that is the sustainable development of Haiti and the Dominican Republic, Yale alumni worldwide and especially alumni of Haitian and Dominican descent who want to participate in a Yale International Alliance working group for post webinar discussions.
Moderated by Prof. Gordon Geballe, Associate Dean for Student International Engagement, Lecturer in Urban Ecology, Yale School of the Environment and Dave Fils-Aimé ‘10
*Guy Francois, Former Minister of the Diaspora
*Joseph Harold Pierre, Economist
*Michèle Pierre Louis, Former Prime Minister and Founder of FOKAL
*Eladio Fernández, Nature Conservation Expert and Photographer
*Milagros De Camps, Vice Minister, Ministry of Environment ‘17
*Prof. Víctor Gómez Valenzuela, Environmental Economist and Professor at INTEC
LOCALLY ORGANIZED BY
Gerald McElroy ’09 and Anton Tejeda ’88
This webinar is sponsored by the Yale International Alliance with the support of Yale Shared Interest Groups. By registering for this event you agree to share your email with the organizers for future contact.