Beth Turner starts PhD on NbS and resilience

Beth Turner
Beth Turner was joint first author on the systematic map of NbS for climate change adaptation, and is now starting a PhD in collaboration with NbSI.

Beth will be exploring how forest landscape restoration can contribute to socio-ecological resilience to global changes. She will investigate this approach in sites in Bolivia and Canada where wildfires, climate change, and land-use change are increasing the vulnerability of forests and the communities who depend on them. She will be based out of the Université du Québèc à Montréal in partnership with NbSI.