Danielle’s work examines power and inequality in decision-making about climate change. Her current research focuses in two (connected) sites - the UN climate negotiations and the field of climate adaptation work in Bangladesh – where she studies the relational and structural power differentials between actors and how they work for or against climate justice.
Falzon, Danielle. 2021. “Expertise and Exclusivity in Adaptation Decision-Making.” Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 51 (August): 95–100. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cosust.2021.03.016.
Roberts, J. Timmons, Romain Weikmans, Stacy-ann Robinson, David Ciplet, Mizan Khan, and Danielle Falzon. 2021. “Rebooting a Failed Promise of Climate Finance.” Nature Climate Change, February. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41558-021-00990-2.
Falzon, Danielle, Alex Press, Samuel Maron, Robert Wengronowitz, Benjamin Levy, Jeffrey Juris. 2018. “To Change Everything We Need Everyone: Recursivity in the People’s Climate March.” Interface: a journal for and about social movements 10(1-2):92-116.
Hossain, Fahad, Danielle Falzon, Feisal Rahman, and Saleemul Huq. Forthcoming. “Towards Climate Justice: Making the Polluters Pay for Loss and Damage.” In Climate Justice and Feasibility. Eds. Sarah Kenehan and Corey Katz.
Falzon, Danielle and Pinar Batur. 2018. “Lost and Damaged: Environmental Racism, Climate Justice, and Conflict in the Pacific.” Pp. 401–12 in Handbook of the Sociology of Racial and Ethnic Relations, Handbooks of Sociology and Social Research. Springer, Cham.