Everyday life, environmental change and small island states

This work explores how the day-to-day dimensions of people’s lives intersect with how their physical environment changes and the implications of these for diverse individuals and groups. By undertaking research with island and coastal communities, we aim to better understand how people support, accommodate, negotiate and resist such changes in their everyday lives.

Meeting the Minister of Environment

Meeting the Minister of Environment

In September 2019 Uma Kothari and Alex Arnall met with the Maldivian Minister of Environment, Dr Hussain Rasheed Hassan, in Malé. During the meeting they discussed findings coming out of the Everyday Lives and Environmental Change project as well as plans for new...

Impact Initiative recognises Everyday Lives in the Maldives

Impact Initiative recognises Everyday Lives in the Maldives

Following the positive responses we received to the Everyday Lives photo exhibition we hosted in Malé with UNDP, the project has been recognised by the Impact Initiative.The Impact Initiative for international development research aims to increase the uptake and...