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The Childhood, Law & Policy Network (CLPN)

Dr Stefania Maggi


Associate Professor, Carleton University, Canada



Dr. Maggi is an interdisciplinary scholar whose mixed-methods research brings together developmental sciences, population health approaches, participatory methods, statistical modelling, and arts-based approaches. Her work focuses on individual and collective resilience; impacts of climate change on children and families; and enabling factors promoting individual and collective environmental behaviours and action. Her research interests include climate change and its impact on the wellbeing of young people, career development, and the use of immersive technologies (e.g., video games) to promote positive development, emotional wellbeing, climate awareness and environmental behaviors. Dr. Maggi teaches courses on the psychology of climate change, and the role of nature in human development.



Youth research participation; psychology of climate change; social determinants of health; emotional resilience and wellbeing
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