Future Delta 2.0 Project Coordinator
Alicia manages the Future Delta 2.0 climate change videogame team, including game development and research design and outreach. She is also involved in other CALP projects especially focusing on climate change adaptation, visualization and education. She has a MSc in Forestry from UBC where her research focused on climate change vulnerabilities within the industrial sector and the integration of eco-industrial networks into adaptation planning, using Delta BC as a case study. Alicia’s professional background is in Landscape Architecture (MLA, University of Michigan School of Natural Resources) with a focus on landscape ecology, restoration and mapping. Her undergraduate degrees include a BFA in Photography and a BA in Biological-Anthropology. Her work experience includes working with industry, government and non-profits in conservation planning, habitat restoration design/build management and environmental education in both North and South America.
See also: http://www.bridge.ubc.ca/students/alicia-lavalle