Best Case Award Harvard International Development Conference April 2014; Mary and Randall Hack ''69 Graduate Award Princeton Environmental Institute 2013; Wu Prize for Excellence Princeton School of Engineering and Applied Sciences 2013; Global Systemic Risk research award Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies 2013; Science, Technology and Environmental Policy Fellowship Princeton Environmental Institute 2012; Princeton Energy and Climate Scholarship Princeton Environmental Institute 2012
agriculture; climate change; environmental policy; food and water security; international trade; network analysis; water resources
Carole Dalin is interested in water resources, food security, and climate issues. At the LSE, she is working on the water-energy-food nexus in southern Africa, and on its role in climate change adaptation and improvement of communities'' resilience. Carole''s Ph.D. work focused on the use of water resources for food, by quantifying, analyzing and modeling virtual water trade networks. She has also been exploring the policy implications of food trade and embedded water resources in China.
China; Southern Africa
French [Spoken: Fluent, Written: Fluent]; Spanish [Spoken: Intermediate, Written: Intermediate]
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