Deborah Delgado Pugley is an associate professor and researcher at the Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Peru. She also is a visiting scholar at KU Leuven and Ghent University. Delgado-Pugley has researched environmental and climate policies at the international and territorial level. Her field experience centers around the Amazon regions of Bolivia and Peru, where she has led research teams on climate change, Indigenous movements, human rights, natural resource management, and gender. During the last ten years, she has followed the UNFCCC process as a multiscaled agenda. Delgado-Pugley completed a PhD in international development (Catholic University of Louvain) and sociology (EHESS Paris School of Social Sciences Studies).
Delgado, D., & Martínez Zavala, V. E. (2020). “En un ambiente tóxico: ser madres después de un derrame de petróleo.” CLACSO.
Jimenez, A., Delgado, D., Merino, R., & Argumedo, A. (2022). “A Decolonial Approach to Innovation? Building Paths Towards Buen Vivir.” The Journal of Development Studies, 1-18.
Barletti, J. P. S., Larson, A. M., Hewlett, C., & Delgado, D. (2020). “Designing for engagement: A Realist Synthesis Review of how context affects the outcomes of multi-stakeholder forums on land use and/or land-use change.” World Development, 127, 104753.
Chan, S., Boran, I., van Asselt, H., Iacobuta, G., Niles, N., Rietig, K., Delgado, D … & Wambugu, G. (2019). “Promises and risks of nonstate action in climate and sustainability governance.” Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change, 10(3), e572.
Claeys, P., & Delgado Pugley, D. (2017). “Peasant and indigenous transnational social movements engaging with climate justice.” Canadian Journal of Development Studies/Revue canadienne d’études du développement, 38(3), 325-340.