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Maria Ivanova receives Global Green Mentor award at Climate Week NYC — but she’s just getting started

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Maria Ivanova wants “to inspire thinking” and find solutions for the “wicked problems” of our time, as she calls them.

Ivanova, professor of public policy and director of the School of Public Policy and Urban Affairs, studies global environmental governance, that is, “the design and execution of policy,” she says, “at all levels of governance, whether it’s in the neighborhood … or the city council or the state house, or the national government or the United Nations.”

The policies that Ivanova pursues occur specifically against the backdrop of global, environmental issues.

Ivanova has now received the “Global” award for her mentorship in this space, through the Green Mentors organization

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