Elizabeth Marino is an Associate Professor of Anthropology and Sustainability at Oregon State University-Cascades. She is dedicated to the ongoing democratization of climate change adaptation and mitigation and has worked for over fifteen years in Shishmaref, Alaska. Alessandra Jerolleman is an Associate Professor of Emergency Management and the Director of the Doctoral Program at Jacksonville State University. Her work focuses on disaster recovery, environmental and climate justice, disaster law and policy, and public administration. Nathan Jessee is an environmental teaching fellow at Princeton University’s High Meadows Environmental Institute. His work focuses on development and disaster forced displacement, environmental and climate justice, and community-based participatory research. Annie Weyiouanna was raised in Shishmaref, Alaska. During the time of writing, she was the general manager for the Shishmaref Native Corporation and has worked in leadership in her community for many years and has participated in multiple research projects. Weyiouanna lives a subsistence way of life and is committed to Inupiat values and tribal sovereignty. Meghan Sigvanna Tapqaq is Inupiaq, with family roots in Mary’s Igloo and Nome. She is currently the Staff Attorney for Kawerak, Inc. and provides legal services to tribes in the Bering Strait region. Eli Keene is an attorney in Washington, DC. His work focuses on renewable energy and climate change policy.
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