Rosmel Rodríguez

EU Climate Pact Ambassador

Rosmel Rodríguez Barroso is a political scientist dedicated to environmental activism. He is currently European Climate Pact Ambassador, he also a lecturer at the Central University of Venezuela in the field of political ecology. Focused on environmental awareness and dissemination, addressing the debates on climate justice, ecological justice, and socio-environmental conflict resolution.

Nationality: PT
August 04, 2021

The Disappearance of Venezuela's Humboldt Glacier: A Mirror of Global Climate Change

The Humboldt Glacier, located on Pico Humboldt in the Mérida state of Venezuela, represents a dramat...

May 21, 2024

Unveiling Climate Colonialism

The ongoing extraction of resources in developing countries by wealthier nations exacerbates these r...

February 19, 2024

Eco-Demagogy: Unmasking Green Hypocrisy

Eco-Demagogy reminds us that without significant political and structural transformation, individual...

November 29, 2023

Strategies for Mobilising Individuals in the Fight Against Climate Change

The creation of sustainable communities and ecological groups in schools and local communities is a...

October 25, 2023

Carbon Footprint and Climate Shadow: A Holistic Perspective to Face the Climate Crisis

The path towards a sustainable life may seem overwhelming, but every little action counts.

September 21, 2023

Environmental Pollution From Disposable Vapourisers: An Unnoticed Threat?

Since these devices are designed for single use, once exhausted, they become part of the avalanche o...

September 03, 2023

The Toxic Legacy of Fukushima: An Imminent Danger to the Global Oceans

The marine ecosystem is crucial for the survival of many species, including humans, so any potential...

August 30, 2023

Climate Racism: Social Inequalities in the Age of Climate Change

The unbalanced distribution of essential resources such as clean water, food, and clean energy can a...

August 07, 2023

Overpopulation Theories: A Threat to Human Rights?

The issue isn't simply how many people there are, but how we consume and distribute resources.

July 09, 2023

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