Climate, Capital & Tourism in the Americas
Climate, Capital and Tourism in the Americas - Part 1

Day 1

Welcome and introduction, Elizabeth Chant (IMLR)


Human Rights Responsibilities of Multi-National Enterprises and States in the Cuban tourism sector Rosana Garciandia, British Institute for Comparative and International Law

Panel 1: (Neo)colonialism and Changing Environments
Chair: Fabienne Viala (University of Warwick)
Joëlle Vitiello (Macalester College); Tourism and its Avatars in Haiti
Brandon Hunter-Pazzara (Princeton University) Who is Responsible for the Seaweed?

Day 2

Roundtable with the Río Seco Natural History Museum (in Spanish language) 'Memorias de trabajo: formas de apropiación comunitaria en el Museo de Historia Natural Río Seco’;
Nicolás Gómez Baeza (Candidato a PhD en Historia de la University of Warwick)
Camila Oliva (Profesora de Historia de la Universidad de Magallanes, docente de la Escuela Elba Ojeda Gómez de Río Seco)
Miguel Cáceres (Director del Museo de Historia Natural Río Seco)

Event date: 29 & 30 June 2022

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