ESPP Thesis Presentations


Thursday, April 29, 2021, 4:00pm to 5:15pm



Please join us for the ESPP senior thesis poster presentations. We have 11 seniors who completed their theses this semester and we hope that you will join us to celebrate their accomplishment and hear about their projects.

Arielle Blacklow
“Nānā i ke kumu: Exploring cultural dimensions of marine species in the Hawaiian Archipelago”

Alyx Britton
“Whose Voices, Whose Values? Environmental Policy Effects of Extra-Community Sovereignty Advocacy”

John Cooper
“In Federal Water: Common Law, Public Health, and the Creation of National Waters”

Jenn Greiner
“How Can Conservation Strategies for Marine Species Adapt to Account for Climate Change?”

Lars Hornburg
“Portfolio Decarbonization: An Analysis of the Net-Zero Asset Owner Alliance”

Wyatt Hurt
“Global Eyes, Global Waters: Remote Sensing and the Politics of Transboundary Water Governance”

Myer Johnson-Potter
“Congress at a Climate Crossroads: Legislative Pathways for Decarbonization in the United States”

Connor McRobert
“Contested Imaginaries: A Co-Productionist Theory of Climate Change Litigation and the Emergence of a Novel Normative Experiment”

Alida Monaco
“Divestment Under Duress: A Quantitative Exploration of the Effects of University Fossil Fuel Divestment on Greenhouse Gas Emissions”

Robert Powell
“Reclaiming Fire: A Geospatial Comparison of Indigenous and State Controlled Fire Management Regimes in Northern Australia”

Finnian Reed
“Electric Cooperatives and the Energy Transition: Member-Owned Utilities as Change Agents in the U.S. Grid Transformation”

The poster presentations will take place on Gather, a website that uses spatial video-chatting to allow you to interact with presenters and other attendees. 

Email Lorraine Maffeo, ESPP Program Administrator,, to register for link.