Articles by Felicity Gray

Felicity Gray is a PhD scholar at the Australian National University in the School of Regulation and Global Governance. Her current research focuses on nonviolence and intervention in conflict. She has previously worked as a policy and parliamentary adviser to Senators Christine Milne and Richard Di Natale.


The Great Green Wall: Climate Change, Conflict and Community Resilience

The Great Green Wall is a documentary film that follows a journey along the Great Green Wall – an ambitious plan to grow a 8000km ‘wall’ of vegetation across the Sahel, from Senegal in West Africa, to Djibouti in the East. The film follows Malian musician and activist Inna Modja as she meets with communities across the region, grappling not... Read More

by , 1 year ago

Democracy, Environment

International climate agreements: useful or useless?

Donald Trump’s withdrawal from the Paris Agreement has put the status of the international processes on climate change in doubt. In this discussion Green Agenda editor Simon Copland and researcher Felicity Gray debate whether Trump’s withdrawal should mean the end of the international climate process. [...]


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by Felicity Gray , 4 years ago