Ricardo Safra de Campos (Lecturer in Human Geography at the Global Systems Institute, University of Exeter) is a population geographer with interdisciplinary research interests at the nexus between climate science and society. He holds a doctorate in Human Geography/Demography from the University of Queensland. His work explores the relationship between population movements and environmental change including implications for wellbeing, sustainability and human security.
He is currently doing research on social dynamics of sustainability, migration and climate change in a wide range of geographic contexts including Bangladesh, Ghana, India, and Cambodia with grants from IDRC, ESRC, FCDO, and Belmont Forum.
Ricardo has served as expert reviewer and technical advisory member for initiatives exploring the climate-migration nexus. He was a Contributing Author to Chapter 4: Sea Level Rise and Implications for Low-Lying Islands, Coasts and Communities of the IPCC Special Report on the Ocean and Cryosphere in a Changing Climate.
Ricardo is WP1 deputy lead.