Nuria del Viso has a Masters in Anthropology from theUniversidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (UNED) and a degree in journalism from the Universidad Complutense de Madrid with a Diploma in Advanced Peace and Security studies from UNED. She has worked as a journalist on economic affairs and development aid. Since 2004, she has worked in the FUHEM (CIP y FUHEM Ecosocial) Foundation on issues of socio-ecological conflicts, peace and security. She is part of the editorial board of the magazine Papeles de relaciones ecosociales y cambio global
The climate security agenda is more about strengthening military power than tackling climate instability
By Nick Buxton, Nuria del Viso, Transnational Institute
On the surface, the military taking climate change seriously sounds like a positive thing, but when you look deeper at their strategies it’s clear that it is mainly about strengthening military power rather than stopping worsening climate change.
By José Luis Fernández Casadevante Kois, Nerea Morán Alonso, Nuria del Viso, Open Democracy
In common with other critical social movements, the community gardens presented their demands under the umbrella of the right to the city, understood not as a legal claim, but as citizens’ right to intervene in the city, to build it and transform it.