Heritage, Livelihoods and Delta Living: pasts, presents and alternative futures

Rationale: Disciplinary silos have limited understanding of the relationships between the heritages of diverse delta populations, their livelihood strategies, and impacts of human activities and environmental change upon deltas.

Jamie Amezaga

Matt Baillie-Smith

Helen Berry

Niki Black

Ha Ly Thi Bui

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Nga Dao

Nga Do

 Adrian Hernandez

Oliver Hesengerth

The Team

Andy Large

Hue Le

Lan Nguyen Thi Ngoc

Tanh Nguyen

Giang Nguyen

Hue Nguyen

Vinh Nguyen

Sara Nowreen

Anis Rahman Majumdar

 

 

Maggie Roe

Manoj Roy

Souvanic Roy

Manas Sanyal

Graham Smith

Trung Chi Tran

Liz Todd

Kien van Nguyen

Pam Woolner

Siobhan Warrington

WP1 will address this gap by co-producing knowledge with communities, individuals and households. It will use creative, participatory and interdisciplinary approaches. The outcome will be co-created understandings of the micro-level experiences of these changes, and communities’ capacities to respond to and shape their living environments. In turn this will inform policymaking for sustainable development. WP1 will create records of delta life over time, of shared heritage, voices, memories and histories, of material and cultural resources, and of beliefs and ideas of delta peoples.

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Heritage, Livelihoods and Delta Living: pasts, presents and alternative futures

Rationale: Disciplinary silos have limited understanding of the relationships between the heritages of diverse delta populations, their livelihood strategies, and impacts of human activities and environmental change upon deltas.

WP1 will address this gap by co-producing knowledge with communities, individuals and households. It will use creative, participatory and interdisciplinary approaches. The outcome will be co-created understandings of the micro-level experiences of these changes, and communities’ capacities to respond to and shape their living environments. In turn this will inform policymaking for sustainable development. WP1 will create records of delta life over time, of shared heritage, voices, memories and histories, of material and cultural resources, and of beliefs and ideas of delta peoples.

Heritage, Livelihoods and Delta Living: pasts, presents and alternative futures

Rationale: Disciplinary silos have limited understanding of the relationships between the heritages of diverse delta populations, their livelihood strategies, and impacts of human activities and environmental change upon deltas.

Jamie Amezaga

Matt Baillie-Smith

Helen Berry

Niki Black

Ha Ly Thi Bui

Cat Button

Nga Dao

Nga Do

 Adrian Hernandez

Oliver Hesengerth

Andy Large

Hue Le

Lan Nguyen Thi Ngoc

Tanh Nguyen

Giang Nguyen

Hue Nguyen

Vinh Nguyen

Sara Nowreen

Anis Rahman Majumdar

 

 

Maggie Roe

Manoj Roy

Souvanic Roy

Manas Sanyal

Graham Smith

Trung Chi Tran

Liz Todd

Kien van Nguyen

Pam Woolner

Siobhan Warrington

WP1 will address this gap by co-producing knowledge with communities, individuals and households. It will use creative, participatory and interdisciplinary approaches. The outcome will be co-created understandings of the micro-level experiences of these changes, and communities’ capacities to respond to and shape their living environments. In turn this will inform policymaking for sustainable development. WP1 will create records of delta life over time, of shared heritage, voices, memories and histories, of material and cultural resources, and of beliefs and ideas of delta peoples.

Heritage, Livelihoods and Delta Living: pasts, presents and alternative futures

Rationale: Disciplinary silos have limited understanding of the relationships between the heritages of diverse delta populations, their livelihood strategies, and impacts of human activities and environmental change upon deltas.

Jamie Amezaga

Matt Baillie-Smith

Helen Berry

Niki Black

Ha Ly Thi Bui

Cat Button

Nga Dao

Nga Do

 Adrian Hernandez

Oliver Hesengerth

Andy Large

Hue Le

Lan Nguyen Thi Ngoc

Tanh Nguyen

Giang Nguyen

Maggie Roe

Manoj Roy

Souvanic Roy

Manas Sanyal

Graham Smith

Trung Chi Tran

Liz Todd

Kien van Nguyen

Pam Woolner

Siobhan Warrington

Hue Nguyen

Vinh Nguyen

Sara Nowreen

Anis Rahman Majumdar

WP1 will address this gap by co-producing knowledge with communities, individuals and households. It will use creative, participatory and interdisciplinary approaches. The outcome will be co-created understandings of the micro-level experiences of these changes, and communities’ capacities to respond to and shape their living environments. In turn this will inform policymaking for sustainable development. WP1 will create records of delta life over time, of shared heritage, voices, memories and histories, of material and cultural resources, and of beliefs and ideas of delta peoples.

Heritage, Livelihoods and Delta Living: pasts, presents and alternative futures

Rationale: Disciplinary silos have limited understanding of the relationships between the heritages of diverse delta populations, their livelihood strategies, and impacts of human activities and environmental change upon deltas.

Jamie Amezaga

Matt Baillie-Smith

Helen Berry

Niki Black

Ha Ly Thi Bui

Cat Button

Nga Dao

Nga Do

 Adrian Hernandez

Oliver Hesengerth

Andy Large

Hue Le

Lan Nguyen Thi Ngoc

Tanh Nguyen

Giang Nguyen

Hue Nguyen

Vinh Nguyen

Sara Nowreen

Anis Rahman Majumdar

Maggie Roe

Manoj Roy

Souvanic Roy

Manas Sanyal

Graham Smith

Trung Chi Tran

Liz Todd

Kien van Nguyen

Pam Woolner

Siobhan Warrington

WP1 will address this gap by co-producing knowledge with communities, individuals and households. It will use creative, participatory and interdisciplinary approaches. The outcome will be co-created understandings of the micro-level experiences of these changes, and communities’ capacities to respond to and shape their living environments. In turn this will inform policymaking for sustainable development. WP1 will create records of delta life over time, of shared heritage, voices, memories and histories, of material and cultural resources, and of beliefs and ideas of delta peoples.