How we measure 'reads'
A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text. Learn more
Citations since 2017
6 Research Items
Human geographers and other critical scholars have long emphasised the disproportionate effects of climate change on individuals and populations already socially and economically marginalised. Yet, scholarship and practice continue to work with inadequate conceptualisations of how these inequalities are perpetuated. In this critical examination, we...
Resilience thinking has undergone profound theoretical developments in recent decades, moving to characterize resilience as a socio‐natural process that requires constant negotiation between a range of actors and institutions. Fundamental to this understanding has been a growing acknowledgment of the role of power in shaping resilience capacities a...
Gendered and intersectional inequalities determine differential vulnerabilities to climate change, as well as access to resources and decision making for adaptive actions. Critical scholarly insights demonstrate the roles of power and agency in determining social difference and shaping adaptive capacities across geographical contexts. Framings of r...
Vulnerabilities to climate change and adaptive action vary based on social differences that are bound up in complex power dynamics in any given place, culture, or context. Scholarly interest has shifted from gendered dynamics of climate change adaptation to the socio-political drivers of gendered inequalities that produce discriminatory opportuniti...
This article examines the relationship between gender inequality and food security with a particular focus on the role of international research and funding institutions, using the examples of the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF). Both organisations are leading as research institu...
A solo photographic exhibition displaying photographs of Nepali architecture, taken in the days leading to the 2015 earthquake. All photographs were sold and all proceeds were donated to the First Steps Himalaya Earth bag School Rebuild Project: https://www.ccp.sa.edu.au/competitions/2016/9/30/kenopsia-at-the-mill-adelaide-septmeber-30-october-2. Photography by Alicea Garcia
Photovoice activities with rural farmers in Ghana's Central Region will provide images to be exhibited in Perth, Western Australia. The images and information from Photovoice activities will engage with the public on farmers' experiences with gendered social inequality and climate change adaptation. The exhibition will act as a fundraiser to potentially support a gender-inclusive development or educational initiative in the fieldwork communities.