Lindsay Skog

Grounded in political ecology and critical human-environment geography, Lindsay Skog’s research broadly explores new ways to think about the relationships between cultural and religious values and the environment in our current era of extreme environmental change. Focusing on the Eastern Himalaya and Tibetan Plateau she uses qualitative methodologies to consider the ways in which the interface between global environmental change science, localized animate lifeworlds, and Buddhist cosmologies shapes human-environment relations in terms of resource access and control, environmental conservation, and adaptation to environmental change in vulnerable communities.

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