Work described in Policy Options evaluates Canada’s obligations under the Paris Climate Agreement.
I am open to talking to highly motivated individuals with strong numerical and analytical skills hoping to do graduate or post-doctoral work in climate science. Please look at some of my group’s publications as a guide to potential research areas.
I have a current opportunity for social sciences graduate students to research the creation and circulation of useful climate information for adaptation in Pacific Island countries.
Six languages for a risky climate: how farmers react to weather and climate change.
Integration anxiety: The cognitive isolation of climate change.
Risks, Advocacy, and Values in Engagement (RAVE): A guide for scientists.
Publicity or perish: finding the balance in science communication.
A new, high-resolution global mass coral bleaching database.
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