Miriam Gay-Antaki

Ph.D. Candidate

I am a PhD candidate at the Universtiy of Arizona in the School of Geography and Development. My work focuses on human-environment relations, drawing from the frameworks of political ecology and feminist geography.  I use these frameworks to understand the ways in which societal structures shape the development and implementation of climate change policies, and how people, mostly those who are excluded in the decision-making process, actively accept, reject or change climate policies to fit their needs. 

More information about my research and work can be found in my website here http://mgayantakiblog.wordpress.com/