Stacy-Ann M. Robinson
Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies
Areas of Expertise
- Climate change adaptation
- Small island developing states
- Adaptation finance
Courses Currently Teaching
|ES234 A||International Environmental Policy|
|ES368 A||Global Climate Policy|
|ES493 B||Environmental Policy Practicum|
Dr Robinson is a Contributing Author to Chapter 15 (Small Islands) of Working Group II’s contribution to the Sixth Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, due to be finalized in 2021. Her work has appeared in Environmental Science and Policy, Climatic Change, Regional Environmental Change, and other leading journals.
Prior to Colby, Dr Robinson was a Voss Postdoctoral Research Associate in Environment and Society at Brown University. And before that, the Fox-Zucker Fellow (Environmental Stewardship and Multilevel Governance) at Yale University where she researched climate resilience and transformation in the Caribbean.
Dr Robinson earned her PhD in Global Environmental Change from The Australian National University, and was an Australia Awards Scholar and Leadership Awardee. She also holds a BSc in International Relations and Political Science from the University of the West Indies, Mona, postgraduate qualifications in Environmental Diplomacy, and Oceans Law and Policy, and an MSc in International Development with a specialization in Environment and Development from the University of Manchester where she was a Chevening Scholar.
Outside of academia, Dr Robinson has over 10 years’ experience in the government, non-profit and private sectors, including time spent representing the Government of Jamaica in the Second Committee (Economic and Financial) of the United Nations General Assembly and the International Seabed Authority.
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