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Megan Mills-Novoa

Megan Mills-Novoa is a Ph.D. student in the School of Geography and Development. Her research examines how agricultural landscapes and livelihoods are transformed under climate change adaptation projects in the arid Andes. With $100 billion dollars slotted for adaptation projects globally, these projects have critical implications for equitable development. Prior to her time at UA, Megan worked as a Luce Scholar with the Centre for Sustainable Rural Development in northern Vietnam on agricultural climate change adaptation projects. 

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2017