In this episode we will discuss renewable energy colonialism, impact on local communities, and the NIMBY rhetoric.
Author Archives: shahzadgani
Sustainable Development and a Blue Economy in Barbados
In this episode we will discuss coastal zone management, sustainable development, and social and gender impact assessment in Barbados.
A Just Energy Transition for India
In this episode we discuss a just energy transition for India with a focus on socio-cultural aspects, limits of technology-centered approaches, and exploitation and employment in the renewable energy sector.
Cutting global methane emissions: Perspectives from a Chilean scientist turned policymaker
In this episode, we discuss air pollution and climate resilience in Chile, science-based policy making, and global methane management as an effective climate mitigation policy
Climate change mitigation and the case of Japan
In this episode we will discuss climate and energy policy, governance of climate engineering, and public engagement on these topics.
Atmospheric Reactive Nitrogen in South Asia
In this episode we discuss the importance of reactive Nitrogen species in the atmosphere in the context of food security, air pollution, and climate change.
Atmospheric dust to atmospheric science in Nigeria
In this episode we discuss sources and dynamics of atmospheric mineral dust, their role in Sub-Saharan Africa air quality, health, and climate.
IoT for addressing environmental challenges in Uganda
In this episode we discuss the potential for application of technology, including the internet of things (IoT), in addressing air quality and other environmental challenges in Uganda and other parts of Africa.
Energy poverty in Eastern Europe
In this episode we discuss energy justice, the consequences of not having energy needs satisfied and how it relates to other environmental issues such as air pollution and environmental degradation.
Indigeneity and environmentalism in the Himalayas
In this episode, we discuss the development of infrastructure and the Anthropocene in the Himalayas with a key focus on the impact on Indigenous peoples and their activism.