Ana Carolina Cardoso


PhD student in Environmental Studies at York University, Canada. Researcher at the Centre for Indigenous Knowledges and Languages (CIKL) and collaborator with Indigenous Climate Action (ICA). She holds a master’s degree in International Relations from IRI/PUC-Rio and a bachelor’s degree in Law from FGV Direito Rio. She researches the intersections between coloniality, modernity and nature, with an interest in critiques of development, the Anthropocene and decolonial futures. She is a researcher for the network Abordagens Críticas ao Desenvolvimento (ACD-Rede) and a reviewer for the Revista Brasileira de Ciências Sociais (RBCS). She has worked as a researcher at the Getulio Vargas Foundation, editor of the journal “Undercurrents: Journal of Critical Environmental Studies” and was a founding fellow of Margaret Atwood’s project “Practical Utopias: An Exploration of the Possible”.