Robert Stojanov, Ilan Kelman, David Procházka, Daniel Němec, Barbora Duží

Robert Stojanov (www.stojanov.org) is an assistant professor in environmental and population geography in the Department of Social Geography and Regional Development, Faculty of Science at Charles University, and in the Department of Informatics, Faculty of Business and Economics, Mendel University in Brno. He specializes in relationships among migration, environment and development; climate change impacts, population dynamics and resilience; and the effectiveness of development interventions and remittances flows. Ilan Kelman (http://www.ilankelman.org and Twitter @IlanKelman) is a Reader in Risk, Resilience and Global Health at University College London, England and Professor II at the University of Agder, Kristiansand, Norway. His research focuses on linking disasters and health, including the integration of climate change into disaster and health research. David Prochazka is a researcher at Mendel University in Brno. His research focuses on decision making based on spatial data and mobile technologies. He leads the Spatial Hub Lab, which develops mobile applications and tools for spatial data analysis, at Mendel University. Daniel Nemec is an assistant professor in the Department of Economics, Faculty of Economics and Administration at Masaryk University in Brno. He is interested in applied econometrics and statistics, Bayesian econometrics, and macroeconomic modelling. His research focuses on labor market modeling and the application of econometric methods in social sciences. Barbora Duží is a Research Fellow at the Department of Environmental Geography, Institute of Geonics, the Czech Academy of Sciences in Brno. She focuses on the environmental and social aspects of food production, societal adaptation to climate change, environmental migration and environmental education.