Here’s what COVID-19 teaches us about 'social learning' and the environment
The pandemic reveals the secret of learning from others to change individual behaviour and tackle global threats. Do you use "social learning" in your own life?
Formerly, Canada Research Chairs in Biocomplexity of the Environment and Global Ecological Change.
Formerly, Visiting Professor: McGill University; Princeton University.
Member of several international advisory, editorial and granting agency boards.
Published poet and creative writer - Books: "A New Index for Predicting Catastrophes" & "This Red Line Goes Straight to Your Heart" (Penguin Random House Canada)
Recipient of numerous awards (e.g., Indo-Canada Chamber of Commerce Female Professional of the Year, James S. McDonnell Foundation Complex Systems Scholar, Premier's Research Excellence Award).