Profiles in "Economic Adaptation and Climate Change" Expertise Area

  • Milan Shrestha is an Associate Teaching Professor at ASU. His current research interests focus on disaster risks and vulnerability in mountains, urban-rural linkages of land system change, and food and agricultural systems.
  • Kuby specializes in transportation, energy, optimal facility location and network design models, and alternative fuels, stations, and vehicles. His research has been funded by NSF, U.S. Dept. of Energy, and NASA.
  • Lily Hsueh is an Associate Professor of Public Policy and Economics at Arizona State University. She is Visiting Scholar at the Woods Institute for the Environment, Stanford University.
  • Klinsky's work has continually centered around the justice dilemmas presented by climate change and climate change policy design.
  • Mueller's primary research interest is in quantifying the drivers and consequences of the climate-migration nexus in the developing world.
  • Vanos is an associate professor in climate & human health addressing adaptation to extreme heat in a changing climate and impacts of extreme heat & air pollution on human health. She is PI of the Human Biometeorology Lab.
  • Interested in economic geography and development, competitiveness policy, firm innovation and entrepreneurship, high-tech clusters, sustainability, China.
  • Social vulnerability, heat vulnerability, urban climate, and spatial statistics