Fellow, Climate Assessment for the Southwest
2021 recipient of the Climate Assessment for the Southwest (CLIMAS) Environment & Society Graduate Fellows Program.
Lea Schram von Haupt is a Master’s student in the School of Natural Resources and the Environment at the University of Arizona. Her focus is National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) planning on federal lands. As a Environment and Society Fellow with CLIMAS, she will be implementing a project that focuses on fire restoration practices on the Coronado National Forest and how US Forest Service staff and stakeholder attitudes towards fire restoration and forest resilience influence forest planning. The project is entitled, “Line Officer and Stakeholder Attitudes towards Resilience and Fire Restoration and Fuels Management Practices on the Coronado National Forest”.
CLIMAS Related Outreach
|Special Episode - 2021 CLIMAS Environment & Society Graduate Fellows Interviews||Hosted Media - Podcast||Mar 16 2022|
|Lessons Learned as a CLIMAS Environment & Society Fellow||Blog Post||Mar 8 2022|
|Exploring FireScape - CLIMAS E&S Grad Fellow||Blog Post||May 11 2021|