What do the arts have to do with climate change?
NYUAD Arts and Humanities faculty and researchers are frequently featured in the local and international media.
Critical minerals and the new geopolitics
The tension between the geographic concentration of vital metallic elements and the increasing scramble to secure them will further unsettle geopolitics in the twenty-first century. Rich-country governments must now follow China's lead and build new avenues of trust and cooperation with developing countries.
The Business Standard | October 04, 2020
Sophia Kalantzakos urges rich-country governments to develop effective strategies to free themselves from China's resource grip
The climate crisis and the Fourth Industrial Revolution – with its breakthrough technologies such as artificial intelligence and 5G networks – are setting the world on a geopolitical collision course.
Interest | October 04, 2020
China's resource grip
The climate crisis and the Fourth Industrial Revolution - with its breakthrough technologies such as artificial intelligence and 5G networks - are setting the world on a geopolitical collision course. Both the drive to decarbonise and the battle for global technological supremacy depend on critical minerals like rare earth, lithium, and cobalt - all of which are highly concentrated in a few locations, including China.
Daily Hunt | October 04, 2020
Fung Global Fellows to focus on ‘Thinking Global’
Sophia Kalantzakos and five scholars from around the world come to Princeton University this fall to begin a year of research, writing and collaboration as the seventh cohort of Fung Global Fellows.
Princeton University | June 19, 2019