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Featured Scholar: Christina E. Hoicka
CSSN Scholar Christina E. Hoicka studies the diffusion of low-carbon and renewable energy innovations for societal transformation. Dr. Hoicka holds a Bachelor of Engineering, a Masters in Environmental Studies, and a PhD in Geography. She conducts inter-and transdisciplinary research, currently combining the fields of energy geography, sustainability transitions and regional studies. Dr. Hoicka’s current research is focused on understanding the emergence of clusters of low-carbon and renewable energy innovations and energy citizenship.
Solar Geoengineering Research in the United States: Key Critical Questions
In a new CSSN Position Paper, CSSN Scholars Prakash Kashwan, Duncan McLaren, Jennie Stephens, and Kevin Surprise outline three areas of key questions to ask about any effort to advance solar geoengineering research using public funds.Read More