Sociology professor at Portland State University
Veronica Dujon is a sociology professor at Portland State University. She teaches and conducts research in environmental sociology with a focus on contests over declining natural resources, conditions that give rise to resolutions, and the institutional frameworks that support adaptation strategies.
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