Summary Researching the modern slavery-climate change nexus in the Cambodian construction industry
The Guardian: Interview with MISTY team members, Neil Adger, Ricardo Safra de Campos and Maria Franco Gavonel on the unrecognised benefits of migration and the impact it has on sustainability.
08 Nov, 2021
Tasneem Siddiqui and Neil Adger talk about the latest findings from MISTY research at COP26
04 Nov, 2021
Acceptance speech of Neil Adger, 13th Frontiers of Knowledge Award in Climate Change
21 June, 2021
MISTY partners at Exeter submit written evidence to IDC inquiry examining the progress the Government has made putting climate change at the centre of aid policy.
17 June, 2021
MISTY PI Neil Adger highlights our MISTY findings as invited speaker on The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) New Foundations podcast: Climate-Resilient Cities.
25 April, 2021
Join MISTY partner, Tasneem Siddiqui for a conversation on Climate Change and Migration on Tuesday 18th May, 2021 at 3pm CEST/ 6.30pm IST.
16 May, 2021
In our new publication, "The migration-sustainability paradox: transformations in mobile worlds," the MISTY team explores the nexus between migration and sustainability outcomes.
23 April, 2021
MISTY Principal Investigator Neil Adger recognised with Frontiers of Knowledge Award.
14 Jan, 2021