Bio: Dr. Jamie McEvoy is an assistant professor of Geography at Montana State University. As a human-environment geographer, her expertise is in political ecology, human dimensions of water resources, and climate change vulnerability and adaptation. Her recent research focuses how individuals and communities prepare for both droughts and floods. She has conducted research on perceptions of water quality associated with oil and gas development in eastern Montana, USA, public participation in water planning along the Yellowstone River, the impacts of desalination as a sociotechnical system in northwestern Mexico, and the feminization of agriculture in southwestern Mexico. She is honored to be a speaker at the 2017 Inspiring Women Among Us Conference.
Adaptation Community, Adaptation Stories, Climate Change, New Technologies
Event: More Equitable Climate Change Adaptation Strategies in a More-Than-Human World
November 7, 2017