Research & Publications
Emma Hines is currently participating in a federal fellowship where she conducts climate change and health research and provides technical assistance to state and local public health departments. Although she works on a variety of climate and health topics such as heat related illness and global pollen trends, her primary research interest is the risks and impacts of extreme flooding on healthcare infrastructure in the US. She earned her Masters degree in Geography from the University of Colorado Boulder in 2019, where she also served as a research assistant for the Natural Hazards Center. Her Bachelors degrees are in Geography and Environmental Science from the University of Texas at Austin.
Education & Training
- MAUniversity of Colorado Boulder, Geography
- BAUniversity of Texas at Austin, Geography
- BSUniversity of Texas at Austin, Environmental Science (2017)