Maureen haver


Houston, TX

Maureen Haver is a PhD student in Rice’s anthropology department, where she researches the political, social, and and ethical dimensions of climate change adaptation and energy transition in Alaska. She is currently a predoctorate fellow for the Center for Energy and Environmental Research in the Human Sciences (CENHS) at Rice University. Prior to her studies, Haver directed a Houston non-profit that developed community-led initiatives that included, among other projects, launching a campaign to clean up the dioxin-polluted San Jacinto River Superfund site which feeds into the Gulf of Mexico, and reclaiming an abandoned lot from the city to establish a community garden and public art project in the Magnolia Park neighborhood. She previously worked as an activist and organizer in the Pacific Northwest to protect old-growth ecosystems from deforestation and clear-cut logging on public lands. 



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