Noblet’s research explores why people act the way they do towards the environment using behavioral and experimental economics. Her research focuses on how people process and use information in making decisions about the environment – as a citizen and as consumers. At a local level, Noblet researches the changing environmental and economic landscape of Maine. Current work includes evaluating how Maine residents perceive PFAS, and developing decision frameworks for communities trying to manage contamination. Visit Noblet’s biography to learn more.
Noblet’s work is supported by:
- School of Economics at the College of Natural Sciences, Forestry and Agriculture
- Maine Agricultural and Forest Experiment Station
Experiment Station contributions
- Current project: Individuals as Natural Resource and Sustainable Behavior Decision Makers. Hatch project number ME022009.