Kate Harris

Writer Earth Negotiations Bulletin

Kate Harris holds an MPhil in the History of Science from Oxford, where she studied as a Rhodes Scholar. Her dissertation examined the complicity of science and exploration in catalyzing the Siachen glacier dispute in Kashmir, and the potential for science, in the form of a proposed transboundary protected area (TBPA), to resolve the conflict. She previously earned a BSc in Biology from UNC-Chapel Hill and later an SM in Geobiology from MIT. When she isn’t covering biodiversity-related conventions with ENB, or doing other consulting work, she loves to wander the world’s remote corners and write about the people and other beings who dwell in them.

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