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Amanda Borth


Amanda is a doctoral candidate in the Department of Communication at George Mason University, Virginia. She is also a Graduate Research Assistant for CSPO’s Carbon Dioxide Removal (CDR) Technology Public Forums and Application to Governance Frameworks. 

In her work, Amanda unites research and practice by using communication science as a tool for effective climate change decision-making. Her dissertation research explores how stakeholders, members of the public, and literature can co-construct effective deliberative engagements around carbon dioxide removal. 

Amanda holds a BA in International Studies from American University, Washington DC. She has previously worked as a Graduate Research Assistant at the Center for Climate Change Communication, George Mason University; Program Coordinator for the Institute for Carbon Removal Law and Policy, American University; Museum Educator at the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum; and has taught college-level classes on topics including environmental communication and research methods. She is excited to use her learnings from these positions to help foster just and equitable decision-making on carbon dioxide removal.

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