Claire has researched the possibility of using geoengineering as a response to anthropogenic climate change and attempting to optimize the world climate in the more distant future. She wants to better understand the role these strategies could play in efforts to achieve international environmental justice. She is also interested in ecological restoration, and humanity’s psychological relationship with nature. Claire has worked with the California Governor’s Office of Planning and Research, updating California’s long-term climate change adaptation and mitigation strategy, with a special focus on finding feasible and ethical solutions for California’s diverse communities. Claire is originally from Brooklyn and studied Earth Systems and Ethics in Society at Stanford.