Dr Carolina Cavazos Guerra

Dr Carolina Cavazos Guerra has been a post-doctoral research fellow at the IASS since 2013, working on the SMART (Sustainable Modes of Arctic Resource-driven Transformation) project. She holds a PhD in climate science from University College London and has a background in oceanography (BSc and MSc). Prior to her time at the IASS, she was a post-doctoral research fellow on the Fennec: The Saharan Climate System Project and a convener for the MSc in Climate Change and Policy at the University of Sussex. She has collaborated with the University of Oxford on the UNDP Climate Change Country Profiles and CARIBSAVE projects. As a passionate yogi, she offers complimentary yoga classes at the IASS to help to contribute to the well-being of the institute’s staff.

All articles by Dr Carolina Cavazos Guerra

 

Fostering Synergies to Tackle Arctic Sustainability Challenges

A couple of weeks ago, I had the privilege of attending the Arctic Science Summit Week (ASSW) 2015 in Toyama, Japan, organised by the International Arctic Science Committee (IASC) and the Science Council of Japan. The event brought together nearly 700 international scientists, students, policy makers, research managers, Indigenous Peoples, and other key players with...
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The City of Boulder: An Example of a Sustainable Community

I’m just back from a trip to the USA, where I attended a workshop on future perspectives for Arctic air pollution research. While I originally intended to write about the workshop here, I’ve decided to postpone that article and want instead to write about my experience of the host city, Boulder, Colorado – a city...
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