Christina Greene is an Assistant Research Scientist in the University of Arizona’s Climate Assessment for the Southwest (CLIMAS) program. Christina’s research focuses on the human dimensions of drought, climate vulnerability, climate services, and environmental knowledge. Christina recently finished her doctorate in the School of Geography and Development at the University of Arizona. Her dissertation research analyzed the impacts of drought on farmworkers and rural communities in California’s San Joaquin Valley. Her research also engages with discourses of vulnerability, both in the context of drought and in climate services.
PhD, Geography and Development, University of Arizona
MA, International Affairs Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Affairs
BA, International Relations, Stanford University