Please join us next Friday, February 17 for the final presentations of our 2016 Climate & Society Fellows. Presentations will begin promptly at 10:30am and run until noon, in ENR2 Building, Room S225.
We will hear 15 minute presentations from:
- Saleh Ahmed - who investigated local adaptation to climate change in southwest coastal Bangladesh;
- Schuyler Chew - about his work with the Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe on climate adaptation planning;
- Stina Janssen - about her experience with the Black Mesa Water Coalition to assess solar development on the Navajo Nation;
- Sarah Kelly-Richards - who will be joining remotely from Chile, where she has been investigating small hydropower policy and governance;
- and Joy Liu - who investigated reforestation actions taken by an NGO and local farmers in China.
The Climate & Society Fellows Program provides support for currently enrolled University of Arizona graduate students whose work is focused on the nexus of climate research and decision making. The program is supported by the University of Arizona Office of Research and Development, the Climate Assessment for the Southwest, and the International Research and Applications Program. For more information about our current Fellows, please visit: http://www.climas.arizona.edu/about/people/fellows.