Tag archives for Climate Change

Raul Kleber de Souza Boeno

Raul Kleber de Souza Boeno, Brazilian Army Ph.D in Climate Change and Sustainable Development Policies Researcher (University of Lisbon), Political and Social Management of Risks and Emergency Situations (ENPC/Espanha) and Strategic Intelligence (ESG/Argentina). Researcher at the Laboratory of Defense Studies (ECEME) (http://dgp.cnpq.br/dgp/espelhogrupo/6027366679937474). Research the securitization of climate change and the militarization of disasters. He is […]

Yelena Yermakova

Yelena Yermakova, University of Oslo Yelena Yermakova holds an undergraduate degree is in Political Science from UCLA. She was recently awarded an MPA from Cornell University where she focused on the the Arctic region and the obstacles it faces in light of climate change. Currently (2018), as part of her Doctoral dissertation, she is developing a series of essays on […]

Rafico Ruiz

Rafico Ruiz, Trent University Rafico Ruiz is the Roberta Bondar Postdoctoral Fellow in Northern and Polar Studies at Trent University, as well as a Fonds de recherche du Québec – société et culture Postdoctoral Fellow. He holds a Ph.D. in Communication Studies and the History & Theory of Architecture from McGill University. He studies the […]

Astrid Surmatz

  Astrid Surmatz, University of Amsterdam Astrid Surmatz is a tenured assistant professor in the Humanities at Amsterdam University. Her research connects the Humanities with the History of Science and discovery. Her publications and lectures cover cultural transfer, early discoveries by Linnaeus, depictions of Lapland, the Arctic and Antarctic across media, e.g. film, literature, travel […]

Climate Fiction: Lamentations of Zeno

Ilija Trojanow’s new novel “The Lamentations of Zeno” is a prime example of literary fiction engaging with climate change. The book deals with a retired glaciologist who works as a tour guide in the Antarctic, and explores his conflicted feelings about this role, before developing to a dramatic climax. “The Lamentations of Zeno” was published […]

Carol Devine

Carol Devine Carol Devine is a global health professional, researcher and writer.  Carol advises Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) Canada and The Museum of AIDS in Africa (South Africa). For MSF she was the past Access to Essential Medicines Campaigner, Communications Director and Program Manager and Humanitarian Affairs Officer in Rwanda and Southern Sudan. Carol recently […]

Jeff McGee

Jeff McGee, University of Tasmania Dr Jeff McGee is the Senior Lecturer in Climate Change, Marine and Antarctic Law at the University of Tasmania. As an international lawyer with dual areas of expertise, he divides his time between the Faculty of Law and the Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies. Dr McGee’s research is focused […]

Alejandra Mancilla

Alejandra Mancilla, University of Oslo Alejandra Mancilla is a postdoctoral research fellow at the Centre for the Study of Mind in Nature, University of Oslo. Her current research focuses on the normative grounds of claims over land and natural resources, and their bearing on questions of State sovereignty. More specifically, she is interested in Antarctica as […]

S. Zia. E. Madani

Dr S. Zia. E. Madani, Iranian National Institute for Oceanography and Atmospheric Science Dr S. Zia E. Madani is the head of the Department of Law of the Sea and Ocean Policy at the Iranian National Institute for Oceanography and Atmospheric Science and an Assistant Professor in International Law of the Sea. He has a […]

Emma Stewart

Emma Stewart, Lincoln University Emma J. Stewart (MPRTM (Lincoln) PGCEd (Glamorgan) PhD (Calgary)) is a Senior Lecturer in Tourism and Parks at Lincoln University, New Zealand. She is a member of the Editorial Board of the Journal of Tourism in Marine Environments, and has a particular interest in Polar Tourism, protected area management, and climate change. […]