Global Science Diplomacy and Research for the Environment

Join Long Island University and the National Council for Science and the Environment

Certificate in Environmental Science Diplomacy and Certificate in Sustainability Science Diplomacy will offer a unique professional training program with hands-on learning experiences with a network of globally recognized policy experts and international scientists.

International Science Alliance on Environmental Health the scientific community and policy-makers in France and the United States to improve the scientific basis of environmental decision-making at all levels of government with a focus on environmental health.

The Román Macaya Hayes Global Science Diplomacy Fellowship is named in honor of a widely regarded scientist and diplomat, former Costa Rican Ambassador to the United States, Román Macaya Hayes. Fellowships are awarded to individuals who exemplify an innate ability to use science knowledge and diplomatic abilities to foster collaboration between scientists and policy makers, with an end goal to lead, advise and implement practical science-based solutions that address collective global issues in the area of Environment and Health.