Anna McGinn

Anna McGinn

Master's Candidate of Climate & Quaternary Studies and Global Policy, University of Maine
Chapter Member: Maine SSN

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About Anna

McGinn's research focuses on climate change policy, especially at the international level. Overarching themes in McGinn's work include climate change adaptation, funding sources for adaptation projects, the intersections between climate change efforts and international development, and climate risk management.

Contributions

Understanding the Paris Agreement

In the News

"Scholars Strategy Network: What’s at Stake in the November Election," Anna McGinn (with Brie Berry), Kennebec Journal, October 6, 2020.
"The US Is Still in the Paris Agreement," Anna McGinn, Bangor Daily News, December 4, 2018.
"Anna McGinn Is Headed to Her Fifth International Climate Change Meeting," Anna McGinn, Interview with Mary Pols, Portland Press Herald, November 18, 2018.

Publications

"On Qualitative Writing: Building an Interdisciplinary Community of Practice" (with Brie Berry, Lydia Horne, Sandesh Shrestha, Brooke Hafford-MacDonald, and Sara Lowden). The Maine Journal of Conservation and Sustainability 3, no. 1 (2019): 1-15.

Describes our shared experience of building a writing community of graduate students. Weaves individual stories into our shared narrative to describe how writing matters to us and how it has changed our experiences and relationship with research.  Shows how narratives here have helped us re-encounter writing as a crucial research practice, and we hope that by interacting with these stories, readers will enrich their own sense of the role writing plays in their lives.