Alex Cohen is a PhD student at the University of Michigan in the School for Environment & Sustainability. Her research is located at the intersection of knowledge related to climate change and consumer behavior. She is currently participating in a National Science Foundation-funded INFEWS project on communication about, and the public’s acceptance of, urine-derived fertilizers for use in food production. Alex is also the Editor and Chief of Our Climate Voices, a U.S. National Commission for UNESCO’s Youth Working Group-funded climate-change anthology, which seeks to promote community-based climate change activism. She received a B.A. in Geography from Clark University in 2016. In her free time, Alex enjoys rock climbing, doing yoga, and playing frisbee with her dog, Tazu.