Ethan is a civil engineer by training with a master’s degree in International Relations from the Institut Barcelona d’Estudis Internacionals in Barcelona, specializing in global conflict. His interests lie at the intersection fields of climate change, development, and conflict. Having travelled to over 80 countries, he has a passion for understanding the determinants of societal and cultural differences across the globe. Personally, he is a musician and an avid runner with a zeal for maps and fried chicken. He is currently completing an internship with the green climate fund in Incheon, South Korea, supporting developing countries in planning, identifying, designing and implementing country-driven, transformational climate investments.
Ethan Schwartz Interviews Dr. Lalanath de Silva, Head of the Green Climate Fund’s Independent Redress Mechanism, to discuss the growth of non-judicial grievance mechanisms in conflict resolution.
Ethan Schwartz reviews There’s Something in the Water, a documentary bringing awareness to environmental racism in Nova Scotia, an underreported yet crucial human rights issue.
COVID-19 and Womens Rights: Ethan Schwartz showcases the hidden impact of COVID-19 on Gender-Based Violence.
What is climate security? In this article, Ethan Schwartz highlights the need for climate change to be considered in the same discussion as physical security.