Tag: Kira Sullivan-Wiley

Sullivan-Wiley Presents on Brazilian Reforestation Policy at University of Michigan Conference

Kira Sullivan-Wiley, a post-doctoral associate at the Frederick S. Pardee Center for the Study of the Longer-Range Future, presented a paper titled “Reforestation intervention participation: the importance of goal-orientation and mixed methods for reforesting the Brazilian Atlantic Forest” at the 2019 Sustainability and Development Conference hosted by the University of Michigan from October 11-14.  In the paper, Sullivan-Wiley […]

Sullivan-Wiley, Short Gianotti, and Connors Co-author Paper on Participatory Vulnerability Mapping

Kira Sullivan-Wiley, a post-doctoral associate at the Frederick S. Pardee Center for the Study of the Longer-Range Future, is the lead author of a recent paper titled “Mapping vulnerability: Opportunities and limitations of participatory community mapping.” The paper, published in the journal Applied Geography, is co-authored by Anne Short Gianotti, a Pardee Center Faculty Associate and Associate […]

Sullivan-Wiley and Short Gianotti Co-Author Paper on Agricultural Land Management in Uganda

Pardee Center post-doctoral associate Kira Sullivan-Wiley and Faculty Associate Prof. Anne Short Gianotti recently co-authored a paper on agricultural management in eastern Uganda in the journal Land Use Policy.  The paper, titled “Pursuing productivity gains and risk reduction in a multi-hazard landscape: A case study from eastern Uganda,” explores the co-beneficial role that agricultural land […]