IFEAC webinar : Understanding Climate Change Narratives in Central Asia: Science, politics and media discussions
The French Institute for Central Asian Studies (IFEAC) www.ifeac.hypotheses.org is organizing a webinar:
“Understanding Climate Change Narratives in Central Asia: Science, politics and media discussions”
Special guest: Alina Bychkova*, PhD candidate at Nottingham Trent University (UK).
The webinar will take place on November, 19 at 4 pm (Bishkek) 10 am (London)
Working language: English
Link Zoom to connect : https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84006070452?pwd=bHEwQjd1bFA4T29pZmVjZFlCNWZlUT09
*Alina Bychkova is a PhD student at Nottingham Trent University (UK). Her doctoral study explores the rhetoric of climate change in Central Asia focusing on the ideological ties in regional environmental policies. She recently published an article on Kazakhstan’s climate policy (with Dr Poberezhskaya, M.) entitled ‘Kazakhstan’s climate change policy: reflecting national strength, green economy aspirations and international agenda’ was recently published in Post-Communist Economies, 1-22.)