Student
Danya Rumore

Danya is a PhD candidate in Environmental Policy and Planning at MIT's Department of Urban Studies and Planning. She is also the Assistant Director for the MIT Science Impact Collaborative, the Project Manager for the New England Climate Adaptation Project, and an Associate at the Consensus Building Institute. Danya's work and research focus on developing and testing tools for supporting more collaborative, science-based environmental decision-making, particularly around climate change adaptation, water resources management, and mixed-use natural resource planning. She was a 2008 Fulbright Scholar in New Zealand and holds an M.Sc. in Environmental Management and Geography as well as a B.S. in Environmental Science and Natural Resource Economics.

 

Recent Publications

Susskind, L., D. Rumore, C. Hulet, and P. Field (eds.) (forthcoming, 2015) Better Safe than Sorry: Helping Coastal Communities Anticipate and Manage Climate Change Risks, Anthem Press

Rumore, D. (forthcoming, 2015) Building Local Readiness to Adapt Through Role-play Simulations, chapter in Susskind et al. (eds.) Better Safe than Sorry: Helping Coastal Communities Anticipate and Manage Climate Change Risks, Anthem Press

Rumore, D. (forthcoming, 2015) Barriers to Adaptation: Understanding the Readiness Challenge, chapter in Susskind et al. (eds.) Better Safe than Sorry: Helping Coastal Communities Anticipate and Manage Climate Change Risks, Anthem Press

Susskind, L. and D. Rumore (forthcoming, 2015) Helping Coastal Communities Prepare for Climate Change, chapter in Susskind et al. (eds.) Better Safe than Sorry: Helping Coastal Communities Anticipate and Manage Climate Change Risks, Anthem Press

Russo, M., D. Rumore, and P. Kirshen (forthcoming, 2015) Summary Risk Assessments: Creating Usable Knowledge on Climate Change Risks and Adaptation Options, chapter in Susskind et al. (eds.) Better Safe than Sorry: Helping Coastal Communities Anticipate and Manage Climate Change Risks, Anthem Press

Rumore, D. (2014) Building the Capacity of Coastal Communities to Adapt to Climate Change Through Participatory Action Research, Carolina Planning Journal, Summer 2014