It matters what stories we use to tell storiesD. Haraway 2016. Staying with the trouble
Juan de la Cierva-Inc post-doctoral fellow at the Basque Center for Climate Change (BC3). My research focuses on knowledge co-production in the collapsing social-ecological system of the Mar Menor lagoon (Murcia, Spain). I apply participatory research methods to explore societal factors behind ecological collapse including scientific controversy and uncertainty, political polarization and associated collective emotions.
In this research project I build upon my previous research topics to foster new interests, as outlined below.
New research lines
- Knowledge co-production on wicked social-ecological issues
- Relational uncertainty
- Emotional turn in sustainability
- Citizen assemblies, mini-publics and deliberative formats for environmental governance
Previous research lines
- Narrative research
- Online-offline participation
- Water governance
- Water-Energy-Food nexus
- Science for governance & actionable knowledge
You can visit my publications to know more about my research