Agricultural-based livelihoods and forms of diversification are associated with particular gender roles. Climate change in drylands is shifting the nature of responsibility sharing and cooperation in the household across gender and generations. Women are not necessarily victims or powerless.
EUCLID's Ph.D. in Climate Change and Sustainability represents 90 US credits (120 ECTS) of coursework beyond the Bachelor's. In practice, students may enter the program with a relevant Master's degree, complete 30 to 35 US credits of core doctoral courses, followed by the actual writing of the dissertation in 5 phases. The resulting thesis should be a publishable book offering a clear.
Postgraduate study in the Climate Change Research Centre at UNSWPostgraduate research programs in the CCRC are undertaken through a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) or Master of Science (MSc). Please visit the research topics section of this site to find more out about the areas of research that we specialise in. Potential supervisors can be identified by contacting the researchers.Gendered vulnerability and adaptive capacity to climate change is affected by the work of policymakers at all levels of government. Gender balance in access to policymaking spaces helps ensure that the needs and perspectives of women and men are adequately addressed in policymaking processes.Having recently celebrated its 30th anniversary, this is one of the longest running degrees on gender and development. At IDS, our groundbreaking work challenges ideas about gender. We work with nuanced, fluid perspectives on gender and sex, and the ways they interact. You’ll gain a solid.
Energy Transition, Nature, and Development in a Time of Climate Change: 15PDSH048: 15: Term 2: Fundamentals of research methods for Development Studies: 15PDSH017: 15: Term 1: Gender and Development: 15PDSH010: 15: Term 1: Global Approaches to Peace: 15PDSH074: 15: Term 2: Global Commodity Chains, Production Networks and Informal Work.Read More
Climate change issues are highly complicated. They require knowledge from different fields, and a consolidation of both scientific and humanistic disciplines is necessary. The International Degree Program in Climate Change and Sustainable Development, as its name suggests, is an interdisciplinary degree program that encompasses a global.Read More
Previous dissertation topics. Author Year Title; Adams, Sophie: 2011: Climate change and deglaciation: the effects at polar volcanoes: Adhikari, Ramesh: 2011: Historical climate analysis and future predictions of climate variability in the Karnau River Basin: Aljohani, Rashed: 2011: Climatic extremes over Saudi Arabia during 1980-2010: Almaashi, Abdullkarim: 2010: Assessment of climate.Read More
Provides an interdisciplinary analysis of the issue of climate change. Dissertation An independent research project of 10,000 words on an approved topic of your choice. Courses to the value of one unit from a range of options. For the most up-to-date list of optional courses please visit the relevant School Calendar page. You must note however that while care has been taken to ensure that this.Read More
This thesis examines representations of gender in the Italian giallo, a short-lived but tremendously popular, lucrative and prolific body of films in the murder-mystery thriller tradition that enjoyed their heyday in the early-to-mid 1970s. Traditionally, both academic and populist responses to these films have focused on the output of a small number of maverick directors that have been.Read More
The successful applicant will develop a PhD proposal in the first months, with guidance from both co-supervisors, related to climate change adaptation in small-scale fisheries. The subsequent research will be highly multidisciplinary, including ecological, social and economic components, and will have a strong applied focus on coastal-dependent human communities affected by shifts in marine.Read More
Asserting the significance of such disputes as part of a polycentric response to climate change, the thesis illustrates some problematic aspects of the invisibility and incompatibility of climate change issues in mundane private disputes. It suggests that climate consciousness in resolving such disputes, would require attention to the various interfaces between private interests and good.Read More
Climate Change: The Underlying Mechanisms Leading to Environmentally-Friendly Individual Actions: Lowery McNeal: Bloody Sunday in Black and White: A Comparative News Framing Analysis of Derry’s Bloody Sunday in 1972 and 2019. Jianfei Niu: The Chinese in Ireland: A Study in Attitudinal Change Regarding Gender Roles: Qiannan Zhang.Read More
He began his research career with a PhD at the University of Leeds on boundary layer flow through forests. He then spent some years at Reading, conducting postdoctoral research on the impacts of climate variability and change on food crops. He returned to Leeds in 2007 to take up a Lectureship and initiate and lead the The Climate Impacts group. Andy led the NERC consortium End-to-end.Read More
For the first time, in 2015, the Paris Agreement under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change established a global goal for adaptation to climate change. This was a recognition that we are committed to a certain amount of climate change and that investment in adaptation is both necessary and increasingly urgent.Read More