Profiles in "Political Ecology" Expertise Area

  • His intellectual interests are broadly comparative and publications include 12 books in English and Spanish with three others translated in Spanish as well as more than 75 articles and chapters and received major awards.
  • Bolin blends hazards geography, political ecology and critical theory to study environmental justice and human vulnerability to environmental and technological hazards.
  • Ame's interests include social and environmental justice, sustainable development, socioecological systems, poly-centric governance. Ame aims to study power, values, and trauma and how they relate to collective environmental governance. 
  • Brian F. O’Neill is a sociologist in the College of Global Futures. His work is inspired by environmental sociology, political ecology, and political economy, with a focus on water, oceans, and climate change adaptation.