Mya Sherman featured in National Geographic article on Amazonian biodiversity, health and livelihoods

Mya Sherman, who conducted her M.A. in Geography from 2012-2014 with a Shipibo community as a component of IHACC research in Peru, and who had been working with the project since 2011, was interviewed a few weeks ago by National Geographic Explorer Barbara Fraser while in the country. The story, featuring Mya and other researchers, can be found here.

Peer-reviewed publications:

Sherman, M., Ford, J., Llanos-Cuentas, A., Valdivia, M.J., Bussalleu, A., IHACC Research Group. (2015). Vulnerability and adaptive capacity of community food systems in the Peruvian Amazon: a case study from Panaillo. Natural Hazards.

Sherman, M., and Ford, J. (2014). Stakeholder engagement in adaptation interventions: an evaluation of projects in developing nations. Climate Policy, 14(3): 417-441.

Sherman, M., and Ford., J. (2013). Market engagement and food insecurity after a climatic hazard. Global Food Security, 2(3): 144-155.

Sherman, M., Berrang-Ford, L., Ford, J., et al. (2012). Balancing Indigenous Principles and Institutional Research Guidelines for Informed Consent: A case study from the Peruvian Amazon. American Journal of Bioethics: Primary Research, 3(4): 1–16.