Miner listed on Green Queen’s female scientists making the world more sustainable

Kimberly Miner, alumna and research assistant professor at the Climate Change Institute at the University of Maine, was listed as one of Green Queen’s six female scientists making the world more sustainable. The article cited Miner’s support of rewilding as a potential climate solution and her work to generate more nature preserves and reintroduce native plants across a variety of ecosystems is ongoing, in addition to her Arctic research highlighting the increasing risk of thawing permafrost as a result of climate change. Miner was listed alongside Jane Gooddall, Sylvia Earle, Katherine Hayhoe, Paola Arias and Sunita Narain.