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Featured Scholar: Ruth E. Mckie
Ruth McKie is an Senior Lecturer in Quantitative Criminology in the Criminology and Criminal Justice Division at De Montfort University, Leicester, UK. In 2018, she completed her PhD on the Climate Change Counter Movement. This explored the continually expanding Climate Change Counter Movement beyond the USA identifying over 400 organizations that have historically operated over 53 countries in its history. She continues her work in the field of Climate Change Counter Movement, Climate Change Risk and Policy Development, Wildlife Trafficking, and Feminist Animal Studies. In 2019, she was awarded a Global Sustainable Development Research Fellowship funded by De Montfort University to continue her research on the Climate Change Counter Movement. Her focus for this project is to examine the role of diffusion within the international movement exploring the role of web communities and online activity. Ruth is currently expanding her work using Social Network Analysis and the use of Text Mining of Twitter data.
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