Jon Rosales is an associate professor of environmental studies at SLU. His expertise and scholarly focus is on climate change. Threaded through his work is a call to align human institutions within natural limits. Jon was active in the United Nations, working on international climate change policy until 2009 when he switched focus to the Arctic, where climate change is the fastest. His research now focuses on the impacts of climate change on native subsistence villages in Alaska, making their concerns visible, advocating for their assistance, and calling on governments to act on climate change.
Spring 2021 - An Alaskan Indigenous Village on the Frontlines of Climate Change [S-21-3]
Spring 2020 - An Alaskan Indigenous Village on the Frontlines of Climate Change [S-20-4]
Spring 2013 - Climate Change: Science, Policies, Impacts [S-13-12]
Spring 2012 - Climate Change Science and Policy [S-12-14]