From peril to promise? Local mitigation and adaptation policy decisions after extreme weather

Giordono, L., A. Gard-Murray and H. S. Boudet (2021). From peril to promise? Local mitigation and adaptation policy decisions after extreme weather. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 52: 118-124.

Disparities in reported extreme weather impacts in the United States by race, ethnicity, and income.

Zanocco, C., J. Flora and H. S. Boudet (2022). Disparities in reported extreme weather impacts in the United States by race, ethnicity, and income. PLOS Climate. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pclm.0000026.

How the 2020 wildfires shaped Oregonians’ behavior and policy support

Boudet, H. S., L. Giordono, M. U. A. Siddiqi, G. Stelmach, C. Zanocco and J. Flora (2022). How the 2020 wildfires shaped Oregonians’ behavior and policy support. The Climate CIRCulator.

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Climate Change and Extreme Weather Events

The goal of this line of research is to understand under what conditions and via what mechanisms communities undertake significant climate-related actions – in terms of collective mobilization and governmental policy – following an extreme weather event.