September 12 2017,
Areas of particular interest include:
- Climate vulnerability, justice, and adaptation including social movements, the disproportionate
- Impacts of climate change on economically marginalized communities, the distributional consequences of institutional responses, and the social dimensions of adaptation as given by class, race, and gender
- Science/politics/policy interface, knowledge-power, and the exclusionary dynamics and technocratic orientations of institutional responses
- The potential and challenges for renewable energy systems in climate mitigation
- Climate diplomacy, international institution building, and issues of macro-micro interactions
- Climate finance mechanisms and their reception and impacts in developing countries.”
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(Ms.) Garrett Graddy-Lovelace, PhD
Assistant Professor, School of International Service, American University