Dr. Aisling O’Loghlen
Aisling holds an MSc in Environmental Management and a Ph.D. in Urban Studies. She is a previous project manager for the EU Horizon 2020 funded project GoGreen Routes – €10.5m EU-funded project sowing the seeds for increased nature-connectedness across Europe, Latin America and China with a multidisciplinary consortium of 40 organisations. Previously she held a post as Vice Chancellor’s Research Fellow in Global Challenges based at the Centre for International Development, Northumbria University, Newcastle, where she was Co-Investigator on the ESRC / GCRF Funded project Refugee Youth Volunteering Uganda (RYVU). Her background as a researcher focused on forced migration in developing contexts, which is often a result of climate change.