REDIE - Regional, Educational and Infrastructure Efforts

The Regional, Educational and Infrastructure Efforts (REDIE) aimed to develop an ongoing program of capacity building within the PAGES research community. It reflected a foresighted view among the PAGES' founders that PAGES' future legacy should include not only data and scientific understanding but also human development.

The first PAGES-initiated REDIE activity was to develop a scheme to fund attendance by young scientists from developing countries in the summer school "The Dynamics of the Earth System" in Bern in July, 1999.

Following this, PAGES agreed that up to $10k should be devoted to REDIE each year, at the discretion of the Executive Committee and in response to carefully developed proposals.

PAGES Magazine articles

Workshop Reports

> PAGES-REDIE Fellowship Weekend

PAGES Magazine issue

> REDIE (1999)