CONSERVATION INNOVATION LAB
How can humans and the ecosystems we depend on thrive in a changing climate?
I am a transdisciplinary scholar interested in the intersection of climate change, conservation, and livelihoods. The Conservation Innovation Lab investigates the following questions with communities:
- How should conservation be practiced in the context of climate change?
- How can and are humans are adapting and transforming current systems of food production, water supply and conservation to meet their needs and the needs of future generations?
- How do we gauge the success of adaptation and transformation efforts?
- How can we better incorporate qualitative experience (sense of place, local and indigenous knowledge, values) into adaptation planning?
Please click through slides below to explore some of my current and previous students.
There are many opportunities to engage with my lab, either as an incoming MEM student, an WSCU undergraduate, or a community partner who would like assistance with a project. Please see below for a list of current opportunities: