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Hannah is a master of city planning student at Massachusetts Institute of Technology specializing in environmental policy and planning, with a focus on climate change adaptation, resilience, and community engagement. She is a research assistant with the MIT Science Impact Collaborative and is researching and designing innovative methods to help communities understand and plan for potential public health impacts of climate change. Hannah has a Bachelors degree from Bryn Mawr College in urban and environmental studies.
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|Hannah Payne joined the Climate CoLab community||Feb 24, 2015|