CONGRATULATIONS TO DR.DANIKA KLEIBER ON HER NEW JOB!

CONGRATULATIONS TO DR.DANIKA KLEIBER ON HER NEW JOB!

We are pleased to congratulate Dr. Danika Kleiber, EDGES and IRES alumna, on her new job. Dr. Kleiber has just started a joint three-year Postdoctroal Research position with the ARC Center of Excellence in Coral Reef Studies, and WorldFish. She will be based in Townsville, Australia and working at James Cook University where she will […]

CONGRATULATIONS TO LUCY RODINA FOR COMPLETING HER DOCTORAL THESIS!

CONGRATULATIONS TO LUCY RODINA FOR COMPLETING HER DOCTORAL THESIS!

EDGES member Lucy Rodina’s doctoral thesis, “Tracing and situating water resilience across scales”, is now complete and available online! Abstract Under increasing urbanization and climate change impacts, many cities today are facing higher risks of water scarcity, flooding, or water pollution. Building resilience in the water sector is widely recognized as a key objective across […]

NEW PUBLICATION: WILSON AND INKSTER: Respecting water: Indigenous water governance, ontologies, and the politics of kinship on the ground

NEW PUBLICATION: WILSON AND INKSTER: Respecting water: Indigenous water governance, ontologies, and the politics of kinship on the ground

Nicole Wilson and Jody Inkster published an article in Environment and Planning E: Nature and Space, titled “Respecting water: Indigenous water governance, ontologies, and the politics of kinship on the ground.” Abstract: Indigenous peoples often view water as a living entity or a relative, to which they have a sacred responsibility. Such a perspective frequently conflicts […]

NEW PUBLICATION: SHAH AND RODINA: WATER ETHICS, JUSTICE, AND EQUITY IN SOCIAL-ECOLOGICAL SYSTEMS CONSERVATION: LESSONS FROM THE QUEENSLAND WILD RIVERS ACT

NEW PUBLICATION: SHAH AND RODINA: WATER ETHICS, JUSTICE, AND EQUITY IN SOCIAL-ECOLOGICAL SYSTEMS CONSERVATION: LESSONS FROM THE QUEENSLAND WILD RIVERS ACT

Sameer H. Shah and Lucy Rodina published an article titled “Water ethics, justice, and equity in social-ecological systems conservation: lessons from the Queensland Wild Rivers Act” in Water Policy. Abstract: The protection of natural rivers and watersheds face important concerns related to environmental (in)justice and (in)equity. Using the Queensland Wild Rivers Act as a case […]

NEW PUBLICATION: TORIO: LEVELING THE PLAYING FIELD FOR METRO MANILA’S IMPOVERISHED HOUSEHOLDS

NEW PUBLICATION: TORIO: LEVELING THE PLAYING FIELD FOR METRO MANILA’S IMPOVERISHED HOUSEHOLDS

Philamer C. Torio has published an article in Water Policy, titled “Leveling the playing field for metro Manila’s impoverished households.” Abstract: Metro Manila’s water privatization is one of the world’s largest and longest-running privatization programs for a water utility. While traditional efficiency metrics show significantly improved service levels under this schema, local anti-privatization activists maintain that […]

INTERVIEW WITH EMMA LUKER, EDGES ALUMNI AND PLANNING ANALYST

INTERVIEW WITH EMMA LUKER, EDGES ALUMNI AND PLANNING ANALYST

EDGES alumni Emma Luker has been featured in an interview by IRES to share her experience in her new job as Planning Analyst in UBC’s Campus + Community Planning Department, with a dual role in the Public Engagement and Sustainability + Engineering units. Emma obtained her MSc in Resource Management and Environmental Studies in August 2017, as […]

NEW OP-ED ON WATER SAVINGS STRATEGIES IN CAPE TOWN

NEW OP-ED ON WATER SAVINGS STRATEGIES IN CAPE TOWN

Cape Town could become the world’s first major city to run out of water – what’s been termed Day Zero. The city has done a great deal of work to manage water use, even winning multiple awards, although equity concerns have frequently been raised in relation to these efforts. In light of the ongoing drought, […]

NEW PUBLICATION: TREMBLAY & HARRIS: CRITICAL VIDEO ENGAGEMENTS: EMPATHY, SUBJECTIVITY AND CHANGING NARRATIVES OF WATER RESOURCES THROUGH PARTICIPATORY VIDEO (FREE UNTIL APR 22)

Crystal Tremblay and Leila Harris have published an article in Geoforum, titled “Critical video engagements: Empathy, subjectivity and changing narratives.” Abstract: This article engages a critical feminist analysis of a community-based participatory video (PV) process focused on water and sanitation issues in underserved settlements of Accra, Ghana and Cape Town, South Africa. With focus on […]

UPCOMING SEMINAR: DR.HARRIS AT TEXAS A&M “IMPLEMENTING, NARRATING, AND RESISTING THE HUMAN RIGHT TO WATER”

In February 26, 2018, Dr. Leila Harris will present a seminar titled “Implementing, Narrating, and Resisting the Human Right to Water” at Texas A&M University. The presentation is co-sponsored by the Department of Geography at Texas A&M and the Water Security Initiative o Click below to view full information: http://calendar.tamu.edu/geosciences/#event_id/37567/view/event/date/20180226d        

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