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Professor Diana Liverman

Professor Diana Liverman

2nd-5th March 2015

Professor Diana Liverman, University of Arizona, will be International Visiting Fellow in the Department of Geography during the week commencing 2nd March 2015.

Her expertise and research interests focus on the human dimensions of environmental change, connecting earth and social sciences to understand challenges of drought and climate change, climate policy, climate change communication, food security, land use, and international environmental governance. She is probably best known for her research on climate vulnerability, climate assessment, carbon offsets and climate and development; she has also published on NAFTA and the environment, planetary boundaries and climate governance.

She is Regents Professor of Geography and Development, and Co-Director of the Institute of the Environment at the University of Arizona; and she is associated with the University's Center for Latin American Studies and the Arid Lands program. She is also Visiting Professor of Environmental Policy and Development, School of Geography and Environment, and Senior Research Fellow, Environmental Change Institute, Oxford University.

There will be a departmental seminar on 2nd March, a public lecture on 3rd March and a graduate forum on 4th March.

Poster

Neoliberalism and the environment revisited: The North American Free Trade Agreement and the US-Mexico border 20 years on

4.15pm, Monday, March 2nd 2015
Small Lecture Theatre, Department of Geography, Downing Site

Further details about this talk are available.

Poster

Poster

Climate and Poverty in the Americas

5pm, Tuesday 3rd March 2015
Large Lecture Theatre, Department of Geography, Downing Site

Further details about this talk are available.

Poster