Ama Kissiwah Boateng and Kimberly Hidalgo Hernández are new collaborators in CLIC.
Ama is PhD student at the University of Budapest and is currently working on her PhD research in the framework of the project CLIC. She will be focusing on institutional frameworks for urban climate change governance in African cities.
Kimberly is a guest researcher at the Basque Centre for Climate Change (BC3) and is a recent Master’s graduate from the Middlebury Institute of International Studies in California. She will be exploring climate migration and human displacement in current stock of adaptation policies worldwide.
Check out the full CLIC team here.