Political Ecology - Grants and projects
Projects the Political Ecology research group is involved in.
This research explores the political economy of international development assistance directed towards social expenditures, examined through the lens of a particular financial quandary that has been ignored in the literature despite having important economic and political repercussions.
This multi-disciplinary network, where knowledge and methodologies from multiple domains are combined, provides a unique opportunity to develop a holistic approach for the evaluation and realization of the transition towards a circular economy.
All Eyes on the Amazon aims to make a major positive impact on the current situation in the Amazon by working in nine project locations in Ecuador, Brazil, and Peru covering a total of about 8 million hectares of forest.
This project investigates how contemporary commodity rushes reshape the politics of food, climate, labour, citizenship and geopolitics in various contexts, and the implications in terms of structural, institutional and political shifts.
This project aims to strengthen the sexual and reproductive health rights education and training capacity in Uganda. It implements a coordinated, standardized, and accredited pre- and in-service gender and age-sensitive SRHR education and training programme supported by a research community of practice.