Claudia is a comparative social scientist with a background in environmental politics, policy and economics. Her research focuses on institutions and environmental governance as they relate to farmers' land use, biodiversity conservation, climate adaptation, and environmental services valuation. She is currently working on a research project in Southern Mexico funded by the National Science Foundation Science Engineering and Education for Sustainability Fellows Program.
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