Mapping Welsh Environmental Stakeholders: Part 1

Posted on 10 July 2017 by Abd-Al-Rahman Salih

I am a Cardiff University student studying Politics, International Relations and German and will be documenting my experience of the Cardiff University Research Opportunities Placement (CUROP) that I am currently undertaking under the guidance of Hannah Hughes, Ben Pontin, Richard Percival and Ludivine Petetin in the School of Law and Politics. Like many others, I feel strongly about the
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Exploring Methodological Frontiers in Global Environmental Politics

Posted on 26 June 2017 by Hannah Hughes

June has been a busy month for the members of the Environmental Justice Research Unit with its first video-speaker event and a 3-day long workshop Exploring Methodological Frontiers in Global Environmental Politics. The Methodological Frontiers workshop aimed to explore the innovation that scholars were undertaking in order to study the diverse range of actors and activities that
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Climate Crisis and the Democratic Prospect with Frank Fischer

Posted on 14 June 2017 by Hannah Hughes

Last Tuesday the Environmental Justice Research Unit (EJRU) held its first video-speaker event with Professor Frank Fischer joining us from Berlin. Frank introduced his newly published book Climate Crisis and the Democratic Prospect, describing the unexpected turn his research took when it returned to the local from its initial starting point of global climate crisis.
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First video speaker: Frank Fischer on Climate Crisis and the Democratic Prospect

Posted on 26 May 2017 by Hannah Hughes

The Environmental Justice Research Unit (EJRU) will be kicking off its international video-speaker series in June with Professor Frank Fischer introducing his new book “Climate Crisis and the Democratic Prospect“. The aim of this series is to host international speakers and initiate conversation on environmental justice across the University without negatively impacting the environment. As
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