María Inés Carabajal

María Inés Carabajal is a researcher at the University of Buenos Aires, Argentina, and a lecturer in various universities in Argentina. She works as a consultant for local and international projects focusing on climate change and sustainability issues. Her research is related to the human dimensions of climate, climate change, and the Anthropocene. Her work has focused on the production, circulation, and use of climate-related information, and how it is applied to decision-making processes. She has studied how communities, agricultural producers, and stakeholders perceive and experience the effects of climate change and variability, and how they develop resilience and adapt to these changes through the co-production of knowledge. Dr. Carabajal received a PhD in Anthropology from the University of Buenos Aires, Argentina. She has received numerous honors and fellowships, including a Conicet postdoctoral fellowship (2017), IAI-CRN3035 (2013), CLIVAR-WMO (2016), and a UNESCO scholarship Award (2015). She has published articles and contributed chapters to national and international scientific journals and publications.