The Western New York Chapter of the American Meteorological Society will present the first of its spring 2016 seminar series presentations on Tuesday, March 15.
The speaker, Subhashni Raj, is a Kauffman Fellow pursuing her doctoral studies in urban and regional planning at the University at Buffalo (UB). Subhashni first came to UB as a Fulbright from Fiji. Subhashni holds a master's in urban and regional planning from the University at Buffalo, a post-graduate diploma in sustainable development practices in public policy from TERI University, and a bachelor's degree from Bangalore University in microbiology, chemistry, and zoology.
Her research looks at the intersection between climate change and food systems. She is also interested in food sovereignty and issues of justice and ethics in the food system. Subhashni is active in climate advocacy and has represented the Pacific at climate negotiations, and works at the grassroots level to push for change.
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