Camila receives 2017 IDRC Doctoral Research Award
Congratulations to Camila for recently securing an IDRC Doctoral Research Award for her upcoming fieldwork in Lima, Peru. She will be examining urban adaptive capacity to climate change threats to water security, using Lima as a case study. Her work will take place in two phases. First, she will conduct a city level qualitative characterization of residents’ adaptive capacity. Second, she will undertake a quantitative comparison of adaptive capacity and behavior of residents in six different neighborhoods. Camila looks forward to tackling this work starting in 2018.