In 2012, CSE hosted two Open World delegations from Kazakhstan and Ukraine. In 2011, CSE hosted four Open World delegations from Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, and Russia, including from Siberia's Lake Baikal.
- June 2-10, 2012
Ecotourism and Environmental Education Delegation From Ukraine
- March 2-10, 2012
Building Sustainable Cities Delegation From Kazakhstan
- June 22, 12 - 1:30pm
Climate Change and Human Impacts on Siberian Forests and River Flows
Brownbag Lunch Presentation by Tamara Burenina, Russian Academy of Sciences
- Feb 26-March 6, 2011
Exchanging methods to prepare for potential oil spills in the San Francisco Bay and Kazakhstan's Caspian Sea
- March 31-April 10, 2011
Siberia’s Lake Baikal Delegation
Working to develop ecotourism on the planet's oldest and largest freshwater lake which holds 20% of the world's freshwater!
- April 5th at 12 pm
Siberia’s Lake Baikal Event: a Nature Lover’s Paradise. Presentation and Slide Show.
- April 8th at 8am and April 9th at 9am
A Quarter Century of Chernobyl Events: KPFA Interviews 3 Russian Anti-Nuclear Activists on Chernobyl
- April 8, 4-6 pm
A Quarter Century of Chernobyl Events: San Francisco State University presentation
Russian activists and Andrew Lichterman from Western States Legal Foundation will speak about nuclear issues.
- April 10th, 4 pm
A Quarter Century of Chernobyl Event: Nuclear Presentation and Chernobyl4Ever Film Premiere
Event moderated by Joanna Macy
- April 12th, 6-9 pm
A Quarter Century of Chernobyl Events: Presentation and James Lerager photo exhibit
- May 14-22, 2011
Developing Ecotourism in Central Asia's 98% Mountainous Tajikistan