Author: Carolina Granado

I am Carolina Granado (she/her), a PhD Candidate in History of Science at the Institut d’Història de la Ciència (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona), focusing on the role of climate scientists in assessing climate change policies in the late 1980s. My research explores the tensions between scientific norms and advocacy within the scientific community, and how the presentation of scientific content frames political discussions around climate change. Currently, I am a Landhaus Fellow at the Rachel Carson Center for Environment and Society in Munich, where I am developing a six-month project. As a woman born and raised in a working-class family, my scholarship is driven by a commitment to equity and environmental justice. My academic interests include Environmental History, Feminist Epistemologies, Environmental Justice, and Political Ecology. When I'm not immersed in reading in my office, you can probably find me hiking in the mountains or enjoying laughter and beer with my friends, my most loyal support.