- Environmental Science
- Environmental Risk Management
- Environmental Policy and Public Engagement
- Hurricane Policy Windows
- Coastal Management
- Climate Change
- Sea-Level Rise
- Green Technology and Infrastructure
About Dr. Ariana Marshall
Dr. Ariana Marshall is a faculty member who teaches environmental science and oceanography. She is the Director for the Caribbean Sustainability Collective and focuses on culturally relevant sustainability learning products, climate change adaptation tools, and consulting for green economy transitioning.
Ariana has also been the director, consultant, and coach of Green Business Barbados, Inter-American Development Bank MIF from 2013-2015, and a NOAA ECSC graduate research fellow at Florida A&M University, Tallahassee from 2006 -2012. Her academic credentials include a doctoral degree in environmental science, a master’s degree from Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University in environmental science with a focus on policy and risk management, and a bachelor’s degree in chemistry from the University of Louisville.
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