Her research is focused on communities in the Tohoku region of Japan that were heavily impacted by the 2011 earthquake, tsunami and nuclear meltdown, and the ongoing activities of post-disaster LGBT civil society groups in the area.
He researches the politics and production of knowledge in multi-level forest governance.
His research interests include energy poverty, small-scale energy systems, sustainability transition and the debates at the intersection of climate change, energy and development.
Her research engages with critical theory, intersectional feminism, critical race, anti-colonial, and indigenous theories, and aims to intervene in the field of education.
Her research interests lie at the intersection of migration, tourism, development studies, and environmental studies.
His research focuses on how law and society regulate low carbon economies, specifically the main role law plays, the limitations of this role, and how society can help law.
Tebby’s research seeks to assess the association between household food security and nutrition outcomes among women of reproductive age and young children in rural Botswana.
Her research assesses the contribution of organic agriculture to food system sustainability, and the adoption of practices that enhance agro-ecological health and labour equity on organic farms in Canada.
His current research explores the mechanisms that lead to governments’ adoption of carbon tariffs.
His research interest is in exploring ways in which social movement groups mobilize sports.
Energy researcher, author, and award-winning journalist.
He specializes in the human dimensions of global water governance and access.
Her research focuses on ways in which information practices are designed and adapted over time, particularly in the context of migration.
Her research is at the interface of International Law, International Relations and Political Economy.
Her research focuses on human behavior and behavior change in conservation and land use in tropical landscapes, collaborative decision-making, avoided deforestation, biodiversity conservation, tropical fire ecology, and ecosystem services.
Through her research she aims to find practical solutions to marine conservation problems.
Her research focuses on matters of interdisciplinarity in global health.
Her research interest is in infrastructure politics and everyday city life.
Her research interests lie at the intersection of economic restructuring and mobility
Her research engages with the agency and animacy of trees, interrogating how we can rethink our relationships with forests to combat deforestation.
Her research aims to unpack ethical implications of representation (with the hope of countering colonial descriptions of community deficits, risky lifestyles, and individualized addictions) and collaboration (with an emphasis on positionality).
His research focuses on the impacts of public-private partnerships on community well-being and environmental sustainability.
His research explores impact assessment methodologies in Canada and their role in facilitating Indigenous-state relations in the Northwest Territories.
Her research focuses on the material outcomes of environmental science/politics and development practices in the temperate rainforests located in the South of Chile.
Her research interests include critical ecology, environmental sociology, politics, and communication, and socio-political dimensions of sport mega-events.
Her research focuses on immigration and higher education policies, internationalization, and ethics.
Her research focuses on industrial ecology and environmental toxicology in large river-floodplain systems.
Her research attends to questions of gender, sexuality, and the fantastical in South Asian literatures with a focus on Punjabi literature in the early modern period.
She explores questions of abnormality and pathology to better understand how dominant modes of social ordering are materialized during assisted reproduction.
His research interests lie in the social and the metaphysical aspects of extraction.
Jocelyn’s research focus is on social risk and social responsibility in the mining sector.
Her current research explores the structural determinants that affect access to health services for mine workers in South African communities.
Jenalee’s research focuses on adult learning within, and public education from, social movements related to environmental justice and climate change.
His research explores the relationship between representation, historiography and the disappeared of Beirut in post civil-war(s) Lebanon.
His research focuses on the environmental history of the Canadian nuclear industry.
Her research interest concerns studying the political processes of translating scientific knowledge into international policy and cooperative management in the Arctic.
Her research is focused on economic valuation of ecosystem services, gender and biodiversity conservation particularly among the indigenous forest communities in India.
His research interest lies in environmental change in high mountains and the Arctic, vulnerability and adaptation, socio-ecological systems, environmental governance.
His research explores the interaction of natural resources, environment and society within the context of North-South engagement.
His research concerns sustainability in the extractive industry, focus in the social and environmental areas.
His research focuses on the development of advanced algorithms for photovoltaic power plants to increase energy production and improve reliability.
His current research examines rural identities, territoriality and community engagement focusing on peasant organizations in Colombia.
His current research is exploring food systems in indigenous communities in Ecuador to better understand how global and local food systems are interconnected, and related to health equity and environmental sustainability.
Ezra Greene is a PhD Anthropology student researching about the intergenerational transmisson of Inuit knowledge.
She is committed to advancing just political relations between settlers and Indigenous Peoples.
Her research interests sit at the intersections of sport/leisure, politics of space, urban (re)development, and (post)colonialism.
Her research focuses on the roles that non-indigenous Canadians play within settler colonial and de-colonial processes and structures.
Her research explores: the embeddedness of history in place, multi-sensory/imaginative ethnographic methods, oral histories, Indigenous-settler relationships, and human-water relationships.
Her research focuses on local-to-global approaches to sustainable agricultural development and food systems transformation.
His work looks at the intersections of Indigenous studies, urban studies and Indigenous literature.
His research interest is in the internationalization of higher education in Canada.
Claudia’s research interest lies in the role of early childhood education policies in educational inequalities.
Her research focuses on obtaining the water and carbon footprint of different crops in Mato Grosso, Brazil, one of the main crop exporters in the world, by making direct field measurements.
Bernardo is a second year Ph.D. student in Resource Management and Environmental Studies (RMES).
His research work is centered around energy and security issues.
Amber is committed to creating sustainable, equitable, and resilient food systems through public scholarship and knowledge mobilization.
Her doctoral research looks at the interplay of transitional justice and settler colonialism.
Her research focuses on sexual violence in armed conflict.
His research focuses on citizen political alienation in Western democracies.
Her research currently pulls from lessons learned about natural hazards from other communities.
Her studies focus on ethics in student activism, which she approaches from the perspective of Jewish phenomenology.
His research interest is in climate change, air pollution and health impacts of solid cooking fuel.
Lily’s research focuses on the development of “global morality” among young people in the West.
Kimberly’s research illustrates the lessons that can be learnt from museums that provide a forum for active participation and dialogue about peace practices among indigenous cultures of Kenya and Canada.
Jose’s research focuses on environmental and social struggles of Mapuche communities in Chile.
Ketty’s current research focuses on the ‘Senses of Justice and Reparations: Women’s Decision Making After Wartime Sexual Violence in Northern Uganda.’
Ashli is a human rights advocate, artist, and social entrepreneur.
Balsher’s interests lie in environmental sciences, sustainability, and judicious utilization of global water resources.
Vincent’s research focuses on the intersection of sustainable agriculture, poverty alleviation, and land use change.
Waged ‘s research is focused on the politics of victimhood, religious minorities, and identity politics.
Emily’s research focuses on the transformation of ethnic identities, development practice and discourse, and state restructuring processes in Nepal’s Himalaya region.
Neila’s research engages with feminist postcolonial theory and critical ethnography to explore the social and cultural contexts of education in relation to Muslim/immigrant and transnational youth.