This report summarizes the impacts of the KE4CAP project, including how it facilitated knowledge sharing, collaborative learning, and the generation of new ideas and thinking, and created a new, diverse network of highly motivated climate adaptation platform team members from around the globe.
Passionate about environmental justice, development geography, and climate education!
I completed my Geography undergraduate at University College London. I am currently writing my thesis as part of my MSc degree in Environmental Sciences, Policy and Management. My thesis engages a decolonial approach to investigate politics and power relations in knowledge exchange practice. This draws from my internship experience at SEI-Oxford, where I worked with Julia Barrott and the KE4CAP team on the "Knowledge Exchange Between Climate Adaptation Platforms" project.
In my free time, I love practicing yoga, playing tennis, and reading.