Climate Change, Social Sciences
My PHD thesis focuses on human relationship with the ocean and the effect of climate change and extreme events causing noneconomic losses and damages. By understanding this relation and using an intersectionality approach my research will help to better understand the disproportionate impact of losses and damages of the targeted population and better informed on appropriate adaptation strategies such as nature-based solution that improves livelihood resilience and does not lead to greater inequalities. This research takes place in the context of the Marine Coastal Ecosystems
Biodiversity and Services in a Changing World (MACOBIOS) project and the Recasting disproportionate impacts of climate change extremes (DICE) project.
Alicia N’Guetta is a Phd Candidate in Sustainability Science at LUCSUS. Sheearned an Integrated Bachelor's Degree in Economics and Politics and a Master's Degree in Agricultural Economics (M.Sc.) with thesis from Laval University in Canada.Prior to joining LUCSUS Alicia was working as a Monitoring and Evaluation officer for the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) Representation in Madagascar, Comoros, Mauritius, and Seychelles at the Comoros office and was also supporting programmes implementation.