Eduardo Carvalho is a climate journalist-turned-cultural curator from Brazil. His time as a Chevening Clore Leadership Fellow in 2021 inspired him to explore how culture can promote climate activism.
News and blogs
The Chevening community extends to all corners of the globe. Here is the latest news on what is going on in the Chevening network, and blogs from members of our community.
Anote Tong is the former president of Kiribati and a famous ‘climate warrior’. After becoming a Chevening Scholar in 1987, Anote maps out the surprising path he took into politics and how he succeeded in focusing global attention on the human dimensions of climate change.
Twenty years after her Chevening Scholarship, alumna Jerusa Ali now works as Director General of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Commonwealth of the Bahamas. Jerusa shares her Chevening journey and her advice for new Chevening Alumni.
Introducing effective policies to protect Colombia's environment requires an intricate understanding of the socio-political and economic challenges that underpin the country's environmental challenges. This is where Chevening Alumna Verónica Robledo Vallejo comes in.
As a Chevening Alumnus, Kourosh Ziabari is helping to raise awareness about the impact of climate change, and he is an important voice in the fight against this global emergency. We find out more.
Our oceans are the planets largest ecosystem. Covering nearly 71% of the Earth’s surface, they sustain life as we know it. Yet they are increasingly under threat. We speak with 2021 Chevening Scholar Natalia Shepel about how she intends to learn from world leading experts at the University of Southampton to advance scientific research into protecting the world’s oceans.
We talk to the Japan Chevening Alumni Network (JCAN) to find out more.
Chevening Alumni come together to talk about climate change and loss of biodiversity. We talk to them about what they learned.
Maha Kamal graduated from Queen Mary, University of London with a Master’s in International Public Policy. Now, she’s at World Bank working on climate governance. Read her story.
We hear from Tomonori Sudo, Professor of Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University, about how to attract finance to projects aimed at tackling the climate crisis.