Asif Dowla
Steve Fetter
Dana R. Fisher

 

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Area of expertise Climate change adaptation in poor countries
Name Asif Dowla
Title Professor of Economics, Landers Endowed Chair in the Liberal Arts
Department Economics
University St. Mary’s College of Maryland
Email audowla@gmail.com
Phone 240.895.4440
Description of relevant research Dr. Dowla researches the economic implications of climate change
Relevant citations Climate Change and Microfinance
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Area of expertise Carbon-free energy
Name Steve Fetter
Title Professor
Department School of Public Policy
University University of Maryland
Email sfetter@umd.edu
Phone
Description of relevant research Dr. Fetter’s research interests include nuclear arms control and nonproliferation, nuclear energy and releases of radiation, and climate change and carbon-free energy supply.
Relevant citations Working Paper: Steve Fetter and Tim Gulden, “Decarbonizing the Global Energy System: Implications for Energy Technology and Security”, (CISSM Working Paper, April 2005)


Climate Change and the Transformation of World Energy Supply

Web links Steve Fetter
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Area of expertise Climate politics
Name Dana R. Fisher
Title Associate Professor and Director of the Program for Society and the Environment
Department Sociology
University University of Maryland
Email drfisher@umd.edu
Phone 301.405.6469
Description of relevant research Dr. Fisher’s work focuses on decision-making around climate politics and urban environmental stewardship. It is not specifically about climate impacts in Maryland, but rather about politics and the interrelations between politics and climate impacts (in some cases).
Relevant citations Fisher, Dana R. 2013. “Understanding the Relationship Between Sub-National and National Climate Change Politics in the United States: Toward a Theory of Boomerang Federalism.” Environment & Planning C: Government & Policy.


Fisher, Dana R., Joseph Waggle, and Philip Leifeld. 2013. “Where Does Political Polarization Come From? Locating Polarization with the US Climate Change Debate.” American Behavioral Scientist. Volume 57, Issue 1: 70 – 92.


Fisher, Dana R. Philip Leifield, and Yoko Iwaki. 2013.“Mapping the Ideological Networks of American Climate Politics. Climatic Change. Volume 116: 523-545.

Web links Dana Fisher
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