24 October 2016
This two-day interdisciplinary workshop in London UK, organised by the School of Psychology, University of East Anglia, will bring together expertise from the cognitive science, psychology, climate science and policy-making communities, with the...
8 February 2016
On Monday 7 March 2016 the ESRC and DFID will host a workshop at The Royal Society in central London to help scope an exciting new £2.5m research call focused on the intersections between sustainability, poverty and conflict/fragility.
14 March 2016
The El Niño related drought across the Horn and Southern Africa shows the devastating impact of increasing climate variability and water insecurity. Many low-income countries continue to rely on rain-fed agriculture for growth and livelihoods. ...
23 July 2015
9 January 2015
A broad range of topics can be addressed under the theme "Transforming global relations for a just world", many of which are open to interdisciplinary and comparative interrogation. These topics include amongst others -- global inequalities...
2 March 2015
2015 is a key year for international climate negotiations. In December in Paris, States will be asked to sign a new universal and legally binding treaty to tackle climate change. If successful, it will be...
23 March 2017
For proponents of the view that anthropogenic climate change will become a 'threat multiplier' for instability in the decades ahead, the Syrian civil war - now entering its seventh year- has become a recurring reference point, providing...
26 September 2014
Many development agencies now view involving the private sector in development as key to reducing...