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COVID-19 Island Insights Final Report now available!

The COVID-19 Island Insights Series is an initiative led by the Strathclyde Centre for Environmental Law & Governance (SCELG) and the Institute of Island Studies in collaboration with Island Innovation. The Series aims to bring together critical assessments of how specific islands around the world have performed during the COVID-19 pandemic and the extent to which their recovery plans are able to promote long term resilience and sustainability.

Text over an ariel photo of a coast line reading: COVID-19 Island Insights Series

  1. [Press Release] IIS goes to COP26 Comments Off on [Press Release] IIS goes to COP26
  2. [Research] PEI Wellbeing Survey Comments Off on [Research] PEI Wellbeing Survey
  3. [Press Release] Island Studies leader Dr. Jim Randall retires Comments Off on [Press Release] Island Studies leader Dr. Jim Randall retires
  4. [New publication] Latest from the COVID-19 Island Insights Series: Canary Islands & Azores Comments Off on [New publication] Latest from the COVID-19 Island Insights Series: Canary Islands & Azores
  5. [Press Release] Future Prosperity Scholarships awarded to UPEI Island Studies students Comments Off on [Press Release] Future Prosperity Scholarships awarded to UPEI Island Studies students
  6. [New publication] Latest from the COVID-19 Island Insights Series: St. Helena & Fernando de Noronha Comments Off on [New publication] Latest from the COVID-19 Island Insights Series: St. Helena & Fernando de Noronha
  7. NEWS: MAIS Thesis Student awarded national scholarship Comments Off on NEWS: MAIS Thesis Student awarded national scholarship
  8. [Press Release] New island-specific policy recommendations for ‘building back better’ Comments Off on [Press Release] New island-specific policy recommendations for ‘building back better’
  9. [New Publication] Islands Economic Global Forum ‘Annual Report on Global Islands’ 2020 Comments Off on [New Publication] Islands Economic Global Forum ‘Annual Report on Global Islands’ 2020