Garrett M. Albistegui Adler is an interdisciplinary environmental social scientist focused on political and social impacts of climate change and variability. His dissertation work and ongoing research focus on identifying and testing for moderators and causal mechanisms in the links between climate stress and violent conflict. He earned a PhD in Environment and Resources and an MA in Political Science from Stanford University and spent a year as a Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Pennsylvania's Perry World House before coming to Princeton. Prior to his graduate work on climate and conflict, Albistegui Adler was a public school science teacher in the Bronx.
To learn more about Garrett's work and interests, feel free to visit his academic website at garrettalbisteguiadler.com
Garrett's work is being supported in part by the High Meadows Environmental Institute.