- Prince George
Zoë teaches ENVS 309 Gender and Environmental Studies. She is a member of the Geography Program.
Zoë's work to date has focused on tourism and ecotourism development, local perceptions of environment and place, consumption (the politics of; the impacts of; alternative forms of), international development and conservation, and justice issues related to inadequate planning and environmental management.
Research and Expertise
Human-environment relations; community and environment; development and change; place; perceptions of environment and development; tourism and ecotourism; environmental justice; political ecology; conservation; coastal development; amenity migration and rural gentrification; consumption; solid waste management. Regional foci: Latin America (particularly Costa Rica) and the Caribbean, and North America (particularly coastal Eastern North Carolina).
Winter 2020 Teaching
- ENVS 309: Gender and Environment
- NRES 773: Advanced Qualitative Research Methodologies
- MA NRES Geography
- MA NRES Environmental Studies