In 2019, fires were raging in the Amazon. Meanwhile, “helpless” European citizens watched in dismay as Latin American governments failed to act in the face […]Read More
The Role of Cities in Climate Change-Induced Migration: Shared Lessons from Latin America and Europe
For the spanish version click here. Climate change-induced migration Climate change-induced migration is increasingly incorporated into international debates, but there is a lack of […]Read More
Traces of Gold: How Bi-regional Knowledge Exchanges can Mitigate Socio-Environmental Impacts of Gold
The expansion of mining activities in Colombia has led to socio-environmental contradictions that aggravate armed conflicts, environmental destruction, and land and water grabs. Because gold […]Read More
While structural inequalities make women particularly vulnerable to the impacts of climate change, there is a growing recognition of their agency in scaling adaptation, mitigation, […]Read More
While flooding is one of the most frequent natural disasters in the world, not all countries have the same financial and technical means to deal […]Read More
One of the most important events taking place in the whole world and especially in developed and high-industrialized countries is the fourth industrial revolution, or […]Read More
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