NEW PUB: BOOK REVIEW – MOUNTAIN ICE AND WATER: INVESTIGATIONS OF THE HYDROLOGIC CYCLE IN ALPINE ENVIRONMENTS

Graham McDowell published a book review of “Mountain Ice and Water: Investigations of the Hydrologic Cycle in Alpine Environments.” in Mountain Research and Development. To view article, click link below link: http://www.bioone.org/doi/full/10.1659/mrd.mm224#

NEW PUB: KLEIBER ET AL.: GENDER AND MARINE PROTECTED AREAS: A CASE STUDY OF DANAJON BANK, PHILIPPINES

EDGES alumna Danika Kleiber, Leila Harris, and Amanda C.J. Vincent published an article titled, “Gender and Marine Protected Areas: A case study of Danajon Bank, Philippines.” in Maritime Studies. Abstract: In this paper, we examine the role of gender in community-based management of marine protected areas (MPAs) in the Central Philippines. MPAs are a common […]

CONGRATS TO NICOLE ON HER POST-DOCTORAL FELLOWSHIP!

EDGES alumna Dr. Nicole J. Wilson was awarded a Mitacs Elevate post-doctoral fellowship to conduct research in partnership with Carcross/Tagish First Nation. The project will develop strategies to implement Chapter 14 of the First Nation’s land claim agreement based on their traditional water laws. She is working under the supervision of Gordon Christie in the Peter A. […]

DANIKA KLEIBER’S TALK FROM ARC SYMPOSIUM – “COUNTING THE INVISIBLE”

In July 2018, EDGES alumna Dr. Danika Kleiber presented her talk, “Counting the Invisible – The Science of Feminism & Fisheries” in the ARC Symposium hosted by WorldFish, ARC Center of Excellence in Coral Reef Studies, and James Cook University in Australia. Dr. Kleiber recently started a joint three-year Postdoctroal Research position with the ARC Center […]

CONGRATULATIONS TO NICOLE J. WILSON ON FINISHING HER PHD!

EDGES congratulates Nicole J. Wilson on finishing her PhD! Nicole’s doctoral dissertation is titled “”More precious than gold”: Indigenous water governance in the context of Modern land claims in Yukon” and can be read here. Abstract: Water governance is a priority for Indigenous peoples, whose complex relationships to water are essential to material and cultural […]

NEW PUBLICATION: YATES & HARRIS: HYBRID REGULATORY LANDSCAPES: THE HUMAN RIGHT TO WATER, VARIEGATED NEOLIBERAL WATER GOVERNANCE, AND POLICY TRANSFER IN CAPE TOWN, SOUTH AFRICA, AND ACCRA, GHANA (FREE UNTIL JUL 15)

NEW PUBLICATION: YATES & HARRIS: HYBRID REGULATORY LANDSCAPES: THE HUMAN RIGHT TO WATER, VARIEGATED NEOLIBERAL WATER GOVERNANCE, AND POLICY TRANSFER IN CAPE TOWN, SOUTH AFRICA, AND ACCRA, GHANA (FREE UNTIL JUL 15)

Julian S. Yates and Leila M. Harris have published an article in World Development, titled “Hybrid regulatory landscapes: The human right to water, variegated neoliberal water governance, and policy transfer in Cape Town, South Africa, and Accra, Ghana.” Abstract: Drawing on an analysis of water access and supply in Cape Town (South Africa) and Accra (Ghana), […]

LEILA HARRIS PRESENTED AT RECENT CONFERENCE ON WATER IN MENA

LEILA HARRIS PRESENTED AT RECENT CONFERENCE ON WATER IN MENA

On April 19th, Leila Harris presented at a conference Day Zero: Water, Climate Change & Governance in MENA, hosted by USC Dana and David Dornslife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences. Leila Harris presented “Water Conflict and (In)securities in Southeastern Turkey: Navigating Difference, Inequality, and Statecraft.” She focused on Southeastern Anatolia to show the intersection of environmental […]

CONGRATULATIONS TO MEGAN PELOSO ON HER NEW POSITION!

CONGRATULATIONS TO MEGAN PELOSO ON HER NEW POSITION!

We congratulate IRES and EDGES Alumna Megan Peloso (MA) on her new position as B.C. Communications Lead with the Freshwater Alliance, where she develops creative engagement tools to advance freshwater health across BC. Megan is based out of Smithers in the Northwest region of British Columbia. Megan earned an MA at IRES in Natural Resource Management […]

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