Research Associate at United Nations University Institute for Sustainability and Peace
Kei Otsuki is a research associate at United Nations University Institute for Sustainability and Peace. Her work centers on linking social transformation and sustainable development in the global South, drawing on a wide range of in-depth case studies. She has just published "Sustainable Development in Amazonia: Paradise in the Making" (Earthscan, 2013).
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