University of Vermont

Env_Diplomacy
Saleem's latest book - coauthored with MIT Professor Larry Susskind, (Oxford University Press, 2015)

ENDORSEMENT

"The potent mix of politics and science creates the perfect storm of controversy and conflict. Given the importance of global environmental issues, the need to bridge these areas is critical. In Environmental Diplomacy, Susskind and Ali draw on their considerable experience and add the missing element — consensus building to the mix to provide proven strategies to overcome obstacles and help create durable multilateral agreements."

Johnston S. Barkat, United Nations Ombudsman and Asst. Secretary General

Now available in paperback and Kindle from Amazon.com



"Ideals are like the stars, we may never reach them
But like the mariners of the sea we chart our course by them"
(Carl Schurtz)


The Virtual Realm of Saleem H. Ali

Professor Ali taught at UVM for 10 years from 2002 to 2012. He is now based at the University of Delaware (USA) and also at the University of Queensland Australia.

He retains adjunct affiliation at UVM through the Gund Institute for Ecological Economics

For latest updates about his work, visit his URL www.saleemali.net
 
Email: saleem@alum.mit.edu  - Phone in Delaware (USA) +1-302-831-0871

Follow on Twitter: saleem_ali

Linked-in Profile - https://www.linkedin.com/in/saleemhassanali/

Blog on National Geographic (environmental topics): http://voices.nationalgeographic.com/author/saleemali/

Blog on Huffington Post (various topics): http://www.huffingtonpost.com/saleem-h-ali/

Amazon.com Author page: https://www.amazon.com/Saleem-H.-Ali/e/B001ITYF3K

Detailed list of  Past Media Links (some links may be inactive)


FOR LINKS TO MEDIA STORIES AND ONLINE WRITINGS CLICK HERE (archived links - some may be inactive)


He also moderates a listserv on ecological mineral management called "Ecominerals" which aims to provide free information exchange related to responsible management of mineral resources and currently has around 1500 members.

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