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Chad Boda presents his approach to “Kizuna” in Tokyo, Japan

LUCID PhD candidate, Chad Boda, today presented some of the work from his PhD project at the ongoing 3rd GPSS-GLI (Graduate Program in Sustainability Science – Global Leadership Institute) International Symposium at the Univeristy of Tokyo which runs today and tomorrow, the 19th and 20th of January. The theme of the conference is: “How can we build “Kizuna” for sustainability? … Continue reading



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Chad Boda selected for trip to Tokyo to present PhD work

LUCID PhD candidate, Chad Boda, will present some of the work from his PhD project at the upcoming 3rd GPSS-GLI (Graduate Program in Sustainability Science – Global Leadership Institute) International Symposium at the Univeristy of Tokyo on the 19th and 20th of January. Researchers at a select group of sustainability research institutes (Center for Sustainability Studies at Lund University, the … Continue reading



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Public talk – Extinction, endangered species & hope for animals and their world, 4th Dec. 18:00

Welcome to an open lecture on “Extinction, Endangered Species & Hope for Animals and Their World” by LUCID PhD candidate Chad Boda, tomorrow Thursday December 4th at 18:00 at Folkuniversitetet in Lund. In the context of desperate times for biodiversity, how are communities responding to prevent the extinction of endangered species? And why does this topic matter to us? Drawing … Continue reading



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Special Issue on Urban Water Governance

A number of people at LUCID have been involved in the production of a special issue of Ecology and Society on Urban Water Governance. Mine Islar and Chad Boda published a paper on the Political Ecology of inter basin water transfers in Turkish water governance (see summary and link to article), and Maryam Nastar contributed an article asking What drives the urban water … Continue reading



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Publication: Political Ecology of inter-basin water transfers in Turkish water governance

The article, Political Ecology of inter-basin water transfers in Turkish water governance, co-authored by Mine Islar and Chad Boda, was recently published in Ecology and Society, in a special issue on Urban Water Governance, co-guest-edited by LUCID director Lennart Olsson. In this article, they look at how the framing of large scale infrastructural projects, to improve water supply to urban … Continue reading



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LUCID early career researcher’s conference 2014: A quick look

The LUCID early career researcher’s conference took place over three days, from Wednesday to Friday last week. You can find the conference program and list of abstracts here. The three days provided a challenging and inspiring forum for young researchers from around Europe, as well as a few from further afield, to present their work and discuss others’. As a major … Continue reading



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Reporting from an inspiring day of first year PhD seminars

Yesterday, the 25th of September, the newly christened Maathai and Carson seminar rooms were properly debuted when they played host to the first year PhD seminars of the newest batch of LUCID doktorander. The four doctoral students from the Sustainability Science partner of LUCID (i.e. LUCSUS) presented the progress they have made and the challenges they have encountered over the … Continue reading



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First year LUCID PhD seminars, September 25th

On Thursday Septmeber 25th, the four newest LUCSUS affiliated LUCID PhD candidates will discuss the progress they have made during the first year of their PhD project. Each of the four will briefly present the work that they have done and the questions they have encountered followed by a more lengthy dialogue with a discussant. Each seminar will last two … Continue reading



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