I contributed a short article about my vision for the Anthropocene for the Grand Challenges initiative by the University of New South Wales (UNSW) in Sydney. Drawing on my article about the Asia-Pacific in the Anthropocene, I explained how an environmentally sustainable and socially just economic transition can help not only in empowering the Asia-Pacific … Continue reading Op-Ed: My vision for the Anthropocene is an empowered Asia-Pacific region
Interview: IEP Ambassador Stories
In this post, I shared my experience in completing the Institute for Economics & Peace (IEP) Ambassador Programme and how it helped me enrich my research on the relationship between peace and sustainability. Read more about it here.
Op-Ed: ‘I hope this finds you well’: living in the Anthropocene
The coronavirus pandemic is the Anthropocene materialized.
Interview: CNN Philippines Meet the Millennials
Where does the Philippine stand in terms of human rights protection?
Scholars Unbound Launched
Scholars Unbound is a monthly podcast/video series that showcases the voices of scholars who know no boundaries when it comes to the pursuit of knowledge. You will hear insights from their experiences as international scholars and how these influenced their research, hoping to inspire future scholars to be fearless, global, and unbound.