Climate change, failing infrastructure and growing inequality add up to a perfect storm for the nation’s poor, says Megan Mullin. Mullin is an associate professor of environmental politics at Duke University’s Nicholas School of the Environment.
Associate professor of environmental politics
Expertise: Energy Policy and the Environment
She studies how decentralized governance (federal vs. state vs. local authority) affects water management and climate change policies. She also has studied how voter mobilization efforts affect vote-by-mail turnout versus turnout at traditional polling places.More Info