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Megan Barry received her bachelor’s degree in Anthropology and Sustainability from the University of New Hampshire (2013) and her master’s in Sustainable Solutions from Arizona State University (2014), focusing primarily on the relationship between cultural frames and sustainability outcomes. Over the course of her studies, she has focused strongly on political and cultural ecology and philosophy. Following sustainability-related work in the private, government and academic areas, her focus has shifted towards mindfulness, consciousness and holistic health, and their collective role in the societal transition towards sustainability.
Barry, M. and Blühdorn, I. (2017). “Simulative Environmental Politics” in The Companion to Environmental Studies. Routledge.
Barry, M., Hirt, P. and Petrić, H. (2016). “Building the Resilience of Croatian
Agriculture to Environmental and Economic Shocks”. Research Journal for Economic and
Eco-History. Pp. 105-122.
Henry, L. et al (2015). “Key factors around ocean-based power in the Caribbean Region, via
Trinidad and Tobago”. Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews. Pp. 160-175. *Fifth Author