I work with Masters and Doctoral students who have a strong analytical background and a desire to work on questions of policy; most are quantitatively trained in the natural sciences and engineering or the empirical social sciences. Occasionally I admit students with previous training in qualitative fields.
My students are admitted to UBC’s Resource, Environment, and Sustainability Program.
Six languages for a risky climate: how farmers react to weather and climate change.
Integration anxiety: The cognitive isolation of climate change.
Explaining the rapid emergence of battery-rickshaws in New Delhi: Supply-demand, regulation and political mobilization.
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