Adjunct Assistant Professor in the Department of Fisheries, Wildlife and Conservation Biology
Julia Nerbonne is an adjunct assistant professor in the department of Fisheries, Wildlife and Conservation Biology. She has a Ph.D. in conservation biology from the University of Minnesota where she researched the social movements born of natural resource crises. Since 1998, she has been teaching Environmental Ethics and Sustainability Studies. She has an undergraduate degree in religion from Vassar College and now serves as the executive director of Minnesota Interfaith Power & Light where she works to grow the climate movement in communities of faith. Over the past two years she has worked with researchers from the Yale Project on Climate Communication and Climate Access to develop a nationally recognized methodology for conducting individual and group "Climate Conversations."