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Ferrial Adam currently working on her PhD at the Department of Anthropology and Development Studies, University of Johannesburg. Ferrial does research in Science, Energy, Water and Environmental Politics. Her current project is 'citizen science and environmental justice in South Africa'.
The Climate Justice network is an initiative from the Canadian Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Scholarships (QES) is managed through a unique partnership of Universities Canada, the Rideau Hall Foundation (RHF), Community Foundations of Canada (CFC) and Canadian universities. https://qesclimatejustice.info.yorku.ca/ The objective is to build a research network of low and middle-income-country (LMIC) and Canadian scholars (doctoral, post-doctoral, and early-career researchers) who are working to address the injustices that result from global climate change, focusing on participatory democratic governance and socio-economic resilience. The network overlaps with that of the Economics for the Anthropocene (E4A) program - https://e4a-net.org/ -, as well as the global Queen Elizabeth Scholars (QES) network.