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Divya Solomon

Policy Researcher on climate change, agriculture and gender, University of Michigan

Divya has nearly ten years of experience working on the adaptation and vulnerability of agrarian communities to climate change. In her, research Divya focuses on land and agricultural relations, migration, livelihoods, gender, food and nutrition security, and the well-being of rural communities in the global south. Previously Divya worked with NGOs and think tanks on understanding how smallholder agricultural communities use agricultural technologies to adapt to the impacts of climate change.

Originally from India but currently based in the US, Divya is pursuing her Ph.D. in Resource, Policy, and Behavior at the University of Michigan Ann Arbor, where she uses interdisciplinary methods to understand the drivers and outcomes of short and long term risk management strategies to multiple climatic and non-climatic risks in rural agricultural communities.

Divya Solomon
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