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Obituary: Richard Grove

6 July 2020

Founding Director of the Sussex Centre for World Environmental History, Professor Richard Grove was a trailblazer in his field.


India’s Coronavirus Refugees Are Also Development Refugees - New article by Gladson Dungdung

23 June 2020

Gladson DungdungScientific American, June 20 2020 See CWEH publications page: http://www.sussex.ac.uk/cweh/publications


Covid-19 and islands (states, territories and sub-national island jurisdictions- SNIJs)

22 June 2020

Iain Orr (BioDiplomacy)June 2020 See CWEH publications page: http://www.sussex.ac.uk/cweh/publications  


New from Rohan D'Souza

22 June 2020

Zooming towards a University Platform Rohan D’Souza(Associate Professor, Graduate School of Asian and African Area Studies, Kyoto...


New book from Vinita Damodaran and Rohan D'Souza

1 June 2020

Commonwealth Forestry and Environmental History : Empire, Forests and Colonial Environments in Africa, the Caribbean, South Asia and New Zealand


Sussex hosts its first Sustainability Assembly

21 February 2020

The event provided an opportunity for staff and students to put ideas forward on how we can make our campus more sustainable.


Janaki Ammal Rose planted

17 February 2020

CWEH is pleased to announce that the Janaki Ammal Rose  has been planted in the garden at 15 Cranedown, Lewes. The famed Indian rose breeders,...


New CWEH Activists Blog post: The Largest Nation Without a State

14 February 2020

17 January 2020 by Carol Yong


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