Anne Short Gianotti
- CAS 137
PhD, University of California Berkeley, 2010
My research investigates the social and political dimensions of land and natural resource management. By integrating across the broad fields of natural resource management, institutions and the environment, and political ecology, I seek to better understand how socio-political and ecological processes shape human interactions with nature and natural resource decision-making, and how these relationships vary across and within urban, suburban, and rural contexts. My projects span topics as diverse as wildlife management, cannabis cultivation, and nonpoint source pollution. All of my projects are problem driven and I work with landowners, natural resource agencies, and other decision-makers to connect research with practice.
- GE/IR 304 Environmentally Sustainable Development
- GE 524 Environmental Justice
- GE 400/600 Environment & Development: A Political Ecology Approach
- GE 700 Research Methods in Human-Environment Interactions