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I am exploring support on a research design that links climate justice, gender, and sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR). Research experience based on developing country context will be helpful. Please do provide any theoretical and conceptual models that link gender, climate justice, and SRHR.
Applied media ethics beyond the rhetorical flourishes of academic pseudo journalism:
Respectfully i really believe that due to climate change factors , potable and agricultural water availablity is proportional to overpopulation and its side effects.
Ergo that we need to focus on the possibility that IT could be directed to exploring and dealing with root causes
I.e.: ...we are aware that the lost knowledge of natural procreative hygiene i.e.: herbal birth control and permitted child rearing age requiments of pre colonial cultures is a critical factor in peaceful population reduction.
Also this information is not accessible to the majority in need of it .
We have been proposing global compulsory education for children via AI infobots and telephony
...so then the question becomes , how accessible would systemic availability be to the documentation of these practices in the oral traditions be via , say the University of Shanghai library of ancient Chinese medicine related to contraception and maternal health ?
However that may sound far fetched but from our perspective it seems unlikely the attempting to correct traffic jams and water flows with AI will correct the core issues and if we are serious about Egovernance and global relations we should start using and making critical life giving information available by way of our magnificent telecommunications grid.
Let us think out of the box on this ...while we still have water left.
Planetary boundaries of climate change, biodiversity etc. strengthen via basic improvements of civilization may be:
1. Basic education to all inhabitants as per global updates
2. Information is always precursor of social justice
3. Syntropic movement by people in adjoining area may be a unit of civil liberty
All three are intrinsic planetary boundaries
Im trying to develop a tool-kit for the courts for adjudicating climate change justice.
An attempt to develop an eco-centric judicial approach by making improvements on existing anthropocentric approach.
I will be guest editing a Special Issue "Climate Variability Impacts on the Energy System". The Special Issue covers issues relating to climate variability and change (CV&C) impact on the energy system and energy system transitions.
Examples of topics within the scope of this Special Issue include (but not limited to) the following: CV&C impact assessment on the energy sector, energy security and SDGs; technology solutions to address CV&C impacts; and robust policies to support the decoupling of GHG from the energy sector.
Original and review articles are welcomed. I look forward to your contributions. See the link below for more details:
We are looking a SSCI journal that does not need processing and publication charge to publish a a case study on perception , community vulnerability and adaptation measures to climate change. Your suggestions would be appreciated.
all journals which are good indexing please send it to me.
Title "climate change and agriculture a review paper ,
Previously I have used Naomi Klein's "This Changes Everything: Capitalism Vs. The Climate" as the key text for my seminar "Saving the world: Social justice in an area of climate change" (Course description below). I really liked used Klein's book but its a tad long for the purposes of this cross-campus freshman seminar.
Anyone have any recommendations for similar books?
Thanking you in advance!
The Climate Change Movement - Can Collective Action Save the World?
Renowned historian, professor and social activist Howard Zinn once said, “Small acts, when multiplied by millions can transform the world”. How does this statement relate to the current climate change movement? Do you think that individual citizens and students can actually play an effective role in confronting one of the biggest challenges of the 21st century? Amid the contentious backdrop of failed government action on climate change - students, activists, climate change scientists, and environmentally-consciousness citizens are increasing engaging in collective action in an attempt to compel governments and leaders to act on climate change. Through analyzing a range of climate change, environmental and social justice movements this course seeks to develop students’ understandings and skills for participating in local solutions to climate change