Encore la maison d’édition Routledge bénéficie du savoir de Fellows Jeanne Sauvé. Cette fois c’est Idowu Ajibade et Damilola Olawuyi qui ont contribué le chapitre 13 du livre nouvellement publié par Routledge : Adaptation to Climate Change through Water Resources Management — Capacity, Equity and Sustainability.

Adaptation to Climate Change Jola and DamiIl s’agit du chapitre intitulé Climate Change Impacts on Housing and Property Rights in Nigeria and Panama: Toward a Rights-based Approach to Adaptation and Mitigation écrit par les Fellows Jeanne Sauvé Idowu Ajibade (Boursière Sauvé 2008-09) et Damilola Olawuyi (Boursier de la cohorte 2010-11).

Les experts accueillent ce livre avec des éloges – en voici un échantillon :
This book is not only intended for academics but also for policy makers and practitioners at large, written in an easy language. It is a nice effort because it gives voice to young academics all over the world and how they see adaptation from the perspective of their own country and expertise. The issues addressed are pertinent for ensuring implementation of adaptation to climate change which is a weakness in many countries. I am sure the case studies provide necessary bench marks for many efforts of implementation. – Eiman Karar, Executive Director, Water Resources Management, Water Research Commission, South Africa.

En juin, Routledge a publié le livre de Manish Thapa et c’est maintenant le tour de Jola and Dami. Sans doute à l’avenir plusieurs autres Fellows Jeanne Sauvé seront inclus dans la liste des penseurs/auteurs/experts de Routledge.

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