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Cindy Isenhour

Associate Professor, Department of Anthropology & The Climate Change Institute, University of Maine

Cindy is an economic and ecological anthropologist with expertise related to the materials economy, environmental governance, consumption, climate change and waste. She is an Associate Professor at the University of Maine with a joint appointment in the Climate Change Institute and the Department of Anthropology. Isenhour has two active research projects, both funded by the National Science Foundation: one on just and equitable transitions to more Circular Economic forms and the other on Reuse markets. She is the co-editor of Power and Politics in Sustainable Consumption Research (Routledge 2019) and Sustainability in the Global City: Myth and Practice (Cambridge 2015)

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