Photo: Graduate Student NSF Graduate Research Fellow Contact info Email: email@example.com Office: Geography-Geology 120D Research Interests: urban climate justice, Indigenous geographies, tribal sovereignty, and (settler) colonialism. Google Scholar CV: CV 2023_0.pdf (480.48 KB) Sge:no! My current work sits at the intersection of settler-colonial cities, climate justice, and Indigenous resistance and futures. I aim to understand how climate change and climate actions are enrolled in maintaining and contesting settler-colonial cities. More specifically, I am working to gain insight into how settler-colonial cities enroll climate mitigation efforts and narratives of carbon reduction into the project of settler-colonialism, re-entrenching settler futures at the expense of Indigenous sovereignty and self-determination. I maintain that my work must also uplift Indigenous peoples and nations continuous efforts against settler-colonialism. Therefore, moving forward I aim for my work to be attentive to tribal sovereignty in the context of urban climate action because cities are Indigenous lands. Education Education: M.A., Geography, University of Georgia, 2022. B.A., Environmental Sustainability: Planning and Management with Geographic Information Systems (Minor), University of Oklahoma, 2020. Grant Support Grants: National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program (2021) Of Note Of note: Listen to me talk about climate justice, carbon colonization, and Land Back here! Research Selected Publications: Arney, R. N., Henderson, M. B., DeLoach, H. R., Lichtenstein, G., & German, L. A. (2022). Connecting across difference in environmental governance: Beyond rights, recognition, and participation. Environment and Planning E: Nature and Space, 25148486221108892.