Environmental and Sustainability Studies

Environmental and Sustainability Studies

  • Jennifer H. Watt is a paleoecologist that studies vegetation change and disturbance regimes in sub-alpine forests. Her interest is in the long-term impacts of these changes and how the information can be used to guide forest management.
  • Adrienne Cachelin studies environmental and food justice through a critical lens. As the University's Sustainability Education Director, she also works with faculty in all disciplines to integrate sustainability concepts and content.
  • Jennifer Follstad Shah studies freshwater ecosystems responses to climate change and urbanization and explores how freshwater resources can be more sustainability managed.
  • Brett Clark studies the political economy of global environmental change and the philosophy, history, and sociology of science.

 

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