Immigration History Research Center


Laboratório de Imigração, Migração e História Ambiental
Centro de Filosofia e Ciências Humanas
Departamento de História

Campus Universitário - Trindade
88.040-970 Florianópolis - Santa Catarina - Brasil

Espacio de Estudios Migratorios.


The E.E.M. Project is an initiative from the graduates in “Politics of International Migration”, to create a space of mutual interchange of knowledge, experience and information between academic, professional and migrant networks. Due to the importance of the social aspects of this phenomenon, we seek to compare, enrich and propose ways of understanding and work through plans and politics of integration



Network in Canadian History and the Environment



What is NiCHE?
Understanding today's environment demands a clear understanding of its past. Unless environmental matters are studied in their historical context, there can be no measurement of relative change. NiCHE is a confederation of researchers and educators working at the intersection of nature and history who seek to provide that context. And make it available to fellow researchers, policy makers and the Canadian public.

The Rachel Carson Center


The Rachel Carson Center is a joint initiative of LMU Munich and the Deutsches Museum. Generously supported by the German Ministry for Research and Education, its goal is to further research and discussion in the field of international environmental studies and to strengthen the role of the humanities in the current political and scientific debates about the environment.


Climate and Culture

The Institute for Advanced Study in the Humanities (KWI) 

Essen (UAMR), Germany.


Director: Prof. Dr. Claus Leggewie
Principal investigator of Memories of Disasters and Shifting Baselines: Prof. Dr. Harald Welzer
Associated principal investigator of Consumer Responsibility at the CRR: Prof. Dr. Ludger Heidbrink
Research coordinator: Dr. Franz Mauelshagen



Funded by the Stiftung Mercator, the Stiftung Wertevolle Zukunft, the Kulturstiftung des Bundes and the Deutsche Bundesstiftung Umwelt


Climate and Culture is a transdisciplinary research area at the Institute for Advanced Study in the Humanities (KWI) in Essen, a research center affiliated to the Ruhr-University of Bochum, the Technical University of Dortmund and the University of Duisburg-Essen. Founded in 2008, this research area is the first major research project to focus on the cultural and political consequences of climate change, and it takes a new approach to the analysis of far-reaching processes of social change. Climate and Culture picks up on existing areas of research at KWI, which are also studying factors crucial to the perception of and response to the consequences of climate change, including issues of social responsibility, cultural memory and intercultural differences.





Climate Change, Hydro-Conflicts, and Human Security 


The CLICO project mobilizes 14 research teams and brings together for the first time some of the world's leading researchers in water resource, vulnerability, and peace and security studies. Eleven cases of areas where droughts or floods pose threats to human security are studied ranging from Niger, Sudan, the Jordan and Nile basins to Cyprus, Italy and the Sinai desert. A large dataset – the first of its kind – of domestic hydro-conflicts in the Mediterranean, Middle East and Sahel will be regressed against climatic, hydrological and socio-economic variables. The resilience of international treaties in the region to deal with climatic variability will be addressed and national and international policies will be evaluated, the aim being the development of a suitable international institutional framework for dealing with the human security implications of hydro-climatic hazards.

 Rede Brasileira de História Ambiental - RBHA

A Rede Brasileira de História Ambiental - RBHA A Rede Brasileira de História Ambiental - RBHA É uma iniciativa que visa difundir a história ambiental brasileira através da pesquisa, aquisição, digitalização, catalogação e produção de conteúdos para democratização da informação histórica sobre a natureza do Brasil.
Trabalho inédito no país, o portal tem a função de ser colaborativo com a adição de conteúdo dos membros que formam a Rede Brasileira de História Ambiental - RBHA, sendo formada na sua maioria por autores acadêmicos e pesquisadores da temática.


Main Objectives:

* Establishing partnerships with other international information networks environmental history;
* Event production and national meetings;
* Centralization of information-Brazilian environmental history;
* Research, acquisition and democratization of historical and environmental information through the digitization of collections, individual materials, translation of historical documents on the Brazilian nature, etc..


A new national Migration Museum in the UK.