Marisa McNatt is a Ph.D. student in Environmental Studies with a policy focus at the University of Colorado-Boulder. She is interested in researching and communicating factors that influence and shape climate change and energy policy in the U.S., ranging from geographical, to socioeconomic, to cultural. Marisa is a member of the International Collective of Environment, Culture & Politics, an interdisciplinary CU-Boulder affiliated research group. She earned her Master’s Degree in Journalism and Broadcast and a Graduate Certificate on Environment, Policy and Society from CU in 2011.
Marisa is interested in researching and communicating to US policy-makers strategies that the EU and Germany are using for transitioning to a carbon-free economy. Specifically, Marisa is researching how strategies for transitioning toward a carbon-free economy in the EU and Germany can be applied in the context of U.S. culture and politics.
22. Dec. 2013
Changing the Game: Boulder’s Clean Energy Goals, and How a Lego Game Shows How To Reach Them