Timothy Terway

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Research Associate

Timothy Terway is a policy scientist whose research examines the ways in which people create meaning and how human viewpoints shape environmental issues. He is particularly interested in the role of epistemology in change. Tim also has a strong background in city planning and landscape architecture; he has worked with the town of Guilford, Connecticut, its residents, and The Nature Conservancy to create a comprehensive Community Coastal Resilience Plan. He completed his doctorate at the Yale School of the Environment and is now a Knowledge Architect and Community Ambassador for the Vermont Center for Geographic Information.