QES Climate Justice Scholar, Francisco Araos, and colleagues are proud to announce the release of Community Sentinels: Methodology Guide for Participatory Community Monitoring. Araos is an Associate Professor at the Universidad de Los Lagos and a Researcher at the Centro de Estudios de Desarrollo Regional y de Políticas Públicas (CEDER-ULAGOS). For more information regarding Araos's […]
QES Climate Justice scholar, Dr. Adam, recently wrote a chapter entitled "Water Wars in the World and South Africa", informed by her QES project. The chapter appears in BRICS and the New American Imperialism: Global rivalry and resistance, which is now OPEN ACCESS. The book can be found on OAPEN. Dr. Adam also wrote a chapter on […]
QES Climate Justice scholars Dr. Iwama and Dr. Araos and Principal Investigator, Prof. Perkins, co-authored a paper on Multiple knowledge systems and participatory actions in slow-onset effects of climate change: insights and perspectives in Latin America and the Caribbean. The paper, which appeared in Elsevier's Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability (Volume 50, June 2021) was […]
The work of QES Climate Justice scholar, Camila Bañales, with six Pewenche communities in Chile's Biobío region was featured in Ciencia en Chile, a news website dedicated to making scientific publications and papers more accessible. To view the article (in Spanish), please click here. For more information about Camila's project, please click here.
The content of this post has been copied and translated from the University of Conceptión. Contributing to the creation of spaces for the analysis and discussion of initiatives on participatory citizen science in Chile and Latin America, Camila Bañales-Seguel, a student of the Doctorate in Environmental Sciences program at the University of Conceptión, is one […]
QES Climate Justice Principal Investigator, Prof. Patricia Perkins and Balikisu Osman, a PhD candidate at the Faculty of Environmental and Urban Change at York University, co-authored a chapter in a book entitled Gender, Climate Change and Livelihoods: Vulnerabilities and Adaptations, edited by Joshua Eastin and Kendra Dupuy. The chapter, which is entitled Bringing women’s livelihood […]
QES Climate Justice scholar, Katia Carolino presented at the XXXIX International Congress of the Latin American Studies Association, which took place both virtually and in-person in Vancouver, Canada, between May 26 – 29, 2021. The Latin American Studies Association (LASA) is the largest professional association in the world for individuals and institutions engaged in the […]
We are delighted to share that our project and the progress of our scholars were highlighted in the March Research Spotlights on the Faculty of Environmental and Urban Change Research web page. Please click here to read.
Webinar: Unpacking South Africa's Just Transition: A conversation with Saliem Fakir Speaker: Saliem Fakir Facilitators: Andries Motau & Danford Chibvongodze Date & Time: Tuesday 23 March 2021, 16:00-17:00 SA Time Zoom Registration: https://ukzn.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJYlf-mvqTgrGdHfx5oFctXhSkUP6fsG39K9 Topic In this webinar, Saliem Fakir will be unpacking what the Just Transition means in the context of a developing country such […]
QES Climate Justice scholars Dr. Allan Iwama and Dr. Francisco Araos together with our Project Director, Prof. Patricia E. Perkins published an article on Multiple knowledge systems and participatory actions in slow-onset effects of climate change: insights and perspectives in Latin America and the Caribbean in the Elsevier Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability Journal. The article […]