Rachel Aronson is a Master’s Candidate at the School of Marine and Environmental Affairs, University of Washington, with a BA in Biology from the University of Pennsylvania. She’s currently a Science Writing Fellow at Washington Sea Grant, where she uses her passion for communicating science to highlight exciting ocean research. Her background includes positions as an AZA Aquarist, a Marine Biology Teaching Assistant at the School for Field Studies, Mexico, and a Research Assistant in Santa Rosa National Park, Costa Rica.
How can cultural histories be rescued when the lands they are tied to are threatened? When climate refugees lose their homes, how can we save their culture in addition to their lives and livelihoods?