Bermudian Scholar and Activist
William Campbell is a Bermudian scholar, activist, and future-planner developing Climate Resilience and Adaptation at home in Bermuda and abroad. Deepening his focus on Food and Energy Security, William blends empathy with his multi-layered education in history and politics to synthesize interdisciplinary approaches addressing urgent issues of social, political, and economic welfare, which are intricately and inextricably linked to Climate Change. Having completed his bachelor’s degree in “War and Conflict” at the University of Kent, William’s Dissertation focus, reassessing the role of Climate Change as a “Threat Multiplier” of issues of displacement and civil conflict, educates and guides his work on cooperative development and conflict prevention/resolution.
William is firmly committed to addressing present and future problems facing Bermuda through coordinating intergenerational efforts and strongly encourages all to invest in their community’s improvement in whatever capacity they are capable.