Steve Koller

Climate risk mitigation - Floodplain policy - Public infrastructure


Steve Koller is a PhD student at the Abess Center for Ecosystem Science and Policy at the University of Miami (UM). Steve studies flood risk in a changing climate, with a focus on sea level rise impacts, flood impacts on low-income and historically-marginalized communities, and US federal flood risk mitigation policy. Koller is a U-LINK Doctoral Student Fellow working with an interdisciplinary team of UM researchers on the project: “Next generation of coastal structures: Feasibility, quantification, and optimization.” He is also a member of the Climate Risks and Preparedness group at UM.
Steve is originally from Staten Island New York, and previously worked as an economics and policy analyst at the Environmental Defense Fund. In his spare time, Steve enjoys playing music, riding his bicycle and, reading science fiction.
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