Kristiane Huber is a Resilience Fellow at the Center for Climate and Energy Solutions and provides analysis and advice on climate impacts and resilience strategy for businesses and communities in C2ES’s technical, policy and communications work.
Prior to joining C2ES, Kristiane consulted on policy writing and communication for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers programs in flood risk management, planning and levee safety. She has supported climate adaptation initiatives with the Great Lakes Integrated Sciences Assessment and contributed to research of climate impacts on cities, health and urban forests at the University of Michigan. Kristiane also has worked in the agriculture sector, having developed farmer training and assistance programs at the Northeast Organic Farming Association of Connecticut and worked with campus farms, local food banks, and urban farms.
Kristiane holds an M.S. in natural resources and environment from the University of Michigan School of Natural Resources and Environment and a B.A. in environmental studies and government from Connecticut College.