Carolina Environmental Faculty


Ashu Handa Ashu Handa
Director and Professor, Public Policy,
UNC-Chapel Hill
Phone: (919) 843-0350
Email: shanda(at)
Expertise: Household economic and demographic behavior in developing countries

Adel Hanna Adel Hanna
Research Professor and Director, Center for Environmental Modeling for Policy Development,
UNC-Chapel Hill
Adjunct Faculty, Marine, Earth, and Atmospheric Sciences,
NC State University
Phone: 919.966.1352
Email: ahanna(at)
Expertise: Air quality modeling and analyses; meteorological modeling and analyses; global and regional climate variability and change.

Elizabeth Havice Elizabeth Havice
Assistant Professor, Geography,
UNC-Chapel Hill
Phone: (919) 962-3414
Email: havice(at)
Expertise: Political economy and ecology, international development, commodity studies, environmental politics, trade politics, fisheries systems

Carol Hee Carol Hee
Clinical Associate Professor, Center for Sustainable Enterprise, Kenan-Flagler Business School,
UNC-Chapel Hill
Phone: (919) 962-3785
Email: Carol_Hee(at)
Expertise: Sustainable Enterprise

Heidi Hennink-Kaminski Heidi Hennink-Kaminski
Assistant Professor, School of Journalism and Mass Communication,
UNC-Chapel Hill
Phone: 919-962-2555
Email: h2kamins(at)
Expertise: Social marketing, health communication, ethical issues associated iwth physician marketing

Dorothy Holland Dorothy Holland
Cary C. Boshamer Distinguished Professor, Anthropology,
UNC-Chapel Hill
Phone: (919) 962-1243
Email: dholland(at)
Expertise: Environmental identities and action; environmental movements and activism

Donald Hornstein Donald Hornstein
Aubrey L. Brooks Professor of Law, School of Law,
UNC-Chapel Hill
Phone: (919) 962-4133
Email: dhornste(at)
Expertise: Risk analysis; transboundary and regional cooperation; economic incentives; institutional design; international rivers; complexity

Jeff Hughes Jeff Hughes
Director, Environmental Finance Center,
Lecturer, School of Government,
UNC-Chapel Hill
Phone: (919) 843-4956
Email: jhughes(at)
Expertise: Hughes's research focuses on financing and managing water infrastructure and services (drinking water, wastewater, and stormwater). Recent research projects cover topics such as infrastructure public finance, rates and user fees, financial capability assessment, intergovernmental relations/agreements and demand assessment.

Allen Hurlbert Allen Hurlbert
Assistant Professor, Biology,
UNC-Chapel Hill
Phone: (919) 843-9930
Email: hurlbert(at)
Expertise: Ecological community patterns and structures

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