Bryce Bray – Russian Arctic

Bryce Bray – Russian Arctic

 

Bryce Bray will study the effects of climate change in the Russian far north and its far-reaching consequences for the environment, local populations including the rights of marginalized people and societies, regional security and geopolitics as melting ice opens new areas for international competition over natural resources. He has most recently worked with the Conservation Finance Alliance, United Nations Environment Program and Blue Finance to improve use of nature-based solutions for adaptation and sustainable development goals. Bryce completed a masters in Ocean and Coastal Resource Management at the Middlebury Institute of International Studies in 2018 and has since received Fulbright and Boren fellowships to conduct research on climate-fragility issues. He grew up in Wisconsin with an identical twin brother and identical twin sisters.

 

Dispatches from Bryce Bray