As a doctoral fellow with the AdaptationCONNECTS project at the University of Oslo, I am studying the deeper human dimensions of climate change adaptation and response. In my work, I explore and explain how insights from the psychology of climate change can be integrated in user-friendly and accessible ways towards improved climate change communications and engagement. I bring a critical, systems-thinking, and integral lens to this complex issue, with a impact-oriented approach. My work is guided by the belief that we need a greater social mandate for, and deliberative dialogue on, climate action so to realize effective climate policies and low-carbon futures.
I am currently based in the Social-Ecological Systems research group in the Department of Forest Resources Management at the University of British Columbia, Canada.