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Dahdaleh Researchers in China, Ireland, Bangladesh and USA

Dahdaleh Researchers in China, Ireland, Bangladesh and USA


Published on June 27, 2019

Dahdaleh Institute researchers have been all over the world this week.

Community Scholar Carol Devine is at the Doctors Without Borders (MSF) International General Assembly in Ireland, where she co-presents MSF's Environmental Impact Toolkit with Dr Maria Guevara, François Delfosse of MSF Geneva, and Tyler Christie of Natural Capital Advisors.

Postdoctoral Fellow Mark Terry is at the Association for the Study of Literature and Environment (ASLE) Biennal Conference at the University of California, Davis. On June 26 he hosted 5-hour workshop on the use of ArcGIS and shared experiences from the Youth Climate Report before acting as Chair on the panel "Breaking Down the Walls: New Directions in Environmental Thinking for the Anthropocene." He delivered a paper titled "Retraining Our Perception: Semiotic Storytelling in Ecocinematic Documentaries."

Technical Advisor Matthew Arnold is in Bangladesh this summer, conducting field work for the Safe Water Optimization Tool, while Planetary Health Research Fellow Byomkesh Talukder returned from China earlier this week.



Related Work

Youth Climate Report | Project, Research

Safe Water Optimization Tool | Project, Research




Matthew Arnold, Technical Advisor, Safe Water Optimization Tool Alum
Mark Terry, Research Fellow, Documentary Film & Global Health Alum
Carol Devine, Community Scholar, Health, Environment & Climate Change Active
Byomkesh Talukder, Research Fellow, Planetary Health Alum

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