Satnarain Anil

Singh

BSc

SERSD student 2018-2020

+46 73 907 7532

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Anil Singh is interested in research related to the planetary boundaries, specifically characterizing the global ‘safe operating space for humanity’ for the biosphere integrity boundary

Profile summary

  • Planetary boundaries
  • The relevance of the past to the future of people, landscapes and regions
  • Causality in social-ecological systems research
  • Social-ecological resilience and development
  • Post-growth
  • Power in social-ecological systems
  • Qualitative research

Singh is interested in SERSD because the complex nature of the sustainability challenges facing humanity require a transdisciplinary approach to solving these challenges. SERSD equips students to address many of these challenges through providing them with the requisite knowledge and skills to effectively engage in related research and practice.

Singh has a Bachelors of Science degree in Environmental Sciences from the University of Guyana. He has worked as an environmental manager for a highway construction project, a technical assistant to farmers engaged in climate resilient farming, a research assistant in a sexual reproductive health qualitative study, which included conducting focus groups, transcription and data analysis with NVivo.

He has also conducted quantitative survey research research with Project Development Consultancy (PDC) which included data collection from lawyers, judges, police at the Federal Court of Law and from inmates at the Camp Street Federal Prison in Georgetown, Guyana as a part of the Ministry of Legal Affairs Perception and for the BBSS National HIV/AIDs Survey. He has also contributed to the Inter-American Development Bank’s “Gendered Journey to School Study” published in April, 2016.

Under the Caribbean Local Economic Development (CARILED) project he has co-authored a local strategic plan (LSP) aimed at developing micro, small, and medium enterprises, which included co-facilitating meetings and follow-up assessments of the LSP with village stakeholders, including the Neighbourhood Democratic Council, local professionals, religious leaders, and youth. Subsequently, he worked as a communication officer responsible for disseminating LSP to the wider community.

Singh is passionate about engaging youth and adolescents in programs that build their capacity to serve their local communities. He is also interested in exploring how arts and science interact to create new perspectives, and how arts can be used to more effectively communicate science.

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