A video from Climate Change TV featuring IHRR Co-Director Prof Lena Dominelli on how social work can help communities make the transitions to renewable sources of energy to mitigate carbon emissions and adapt to climate change.
Prof Lena Dominelli, Associate Director of Vulnerabilities and Resilience at IHRR and a researcher on the BIOPICCC project, was interviewed by Responding to Climate Change — an NGO that produced news coverage of the COP17 conference in Durban, South Africa. […]
A new report from the United Nations Development Programme argues that development, equity and environmental sustainability must be addressed together in order to tackle some of the biggest challenges facing the world today, such as poverty, rising food prices, deforestation […]
Listening to the voices of indigenous peoples who experience the effects of climate change firsthand is definitely a way to help spread awareness about the need to reduce global CO2 emissions, but also to adapt to the world’s changing climate. […]
The number of older people in the UK and other parts of the world is projected to increase significantly in the future. By 2031, people 65 or older will make up over one in five of the population of England. […]
In order to understand the impacts of climate change in the regions of the world that are most vulnerable, why not ask the locals? One study did just that by interviewing people in village communities in Darjeeling Hills, West Bengal, […]