Human Dimensions

Human Dimensions

humanThe Human Dimensions research area of the present project aims to develop a strategy to build societal resilience to climate change in Chile, which might be replicated in countries following similar development paths. To achieve this goal, we will integrate three social disciplines: law, economics and sociology.

Pilar Moraga (Universidad de Chile)

Pilar Moraga is an assistant professor at the University of Chile, Faculty of Law since 2008. She is a lawyer from University of Chile, and she holds a MSc and a PhD in International and Community Law from the University of Lille, France (2005).

She is a member of the Center for Environmental Law at the University of Chile, and director for the Domeyko project on Energy, Environment and Regulation at the same university. She was a researcher at the Center for Transnational Activities at the Faculty of Law, University f Lille (2000-2005) and at Valenciennes University (2002-2005). Her research focuses on sustainable development, environmental and and energy regulation, and comparative enforcement and control regulation. Currently she leads a research project on legal instruments for a sustainable policy on energy and participates in the “Mitigation Action Plans & Scenarios (MAPS)” project conducted by the Ministry for the Environment.

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  • Dr. Rodrigo Arriagada
  • Dr. Gustavo Blanco
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  • Dra. Anahí Urquiza
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  • Gabriel Araya
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(CR) 2 incorporates new associated researchers

Eugenia Gayó and Raúl O'Ryan develop their scientific work in the (CR) 2 within the...

Is climate change framed as business as usual or as a challenging issue? The practitioners’ dilemma

Paper written by: Paulina Aldunce, John Handmer, Ruth Beilin and Mark Howden Research area: Human Dimensions Published in: Environment...

15-17/04: Seminar “Exploring the future: trends and technologies on energy, climate change and development for Chile”

From 15 to 17 april, the international seminar "Exploring the Future: trends and technologies on...