Teresa Armijos Burneo


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Teresa Armijos Burneo is a Lecturer in Environmental Sustainability at the Geography and the Lived Environment Institute, School of Geosciences. She is a social scientist, with expertise in interdisciplinary research that critically explores the intersection between the environment and development. Her research combines approaches from environmental justice, development studies, history and Latin American decolonial theories to study disaster risk, and the politics of resource management. Teresa’s research applies participatory methodologies and the creative arts to co-produce knowledge with those most affected by environmental change. She works with indigenous, rural and urban communities in Latin America and the Caribbean, including Ecuador, Peru, Colombia, St. Vincent, Montserrat and Guatemala.

She is currently working on different collaborative interdisciplinary projects that focus on disaster risk and restorative environmental justice.


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