As climate-related research warns us, the need for a transition towards fossil-fuel-free ways of producing energy is undeniable at this point in history.
A Platform on Representation, Engagement, and Community
Author: Ysabel Muñoz Martínez
Ysabel Muñoz Martínez (she/her) is a PhD candidate in English Literature at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology, where she works with the transdisciplinary project "Narrating Sustainability." She holds a bachelor in Letters from the University of Havana (2017) and received a Chevening scholarship to complete the MLitt. Environment, Culture and Communication at the University of Glasgow (2021). Ysabel is an environmental humanities scholar whose research interests include Caribbean culture, material ecocriticism, ecofeminism, post/decolonial studies and affect theory. As an activist, she has written several articles and participated in campaigns and conferences working towards sustainability in the Caribbean context.
Nation, Toxicity, and Care: Exploring Chemical Kinship in Cuba’s Latest Environmental Disaster
Earlier this month, Cuba experienced what will enter its history as one of the worst environmental catastrophes ever to take place on the island.