JONI SEAGER is a scholar and activist in feminist geography, gender and conservation, global environmental policy including climate change, and gender equity measurement.
Professional MembershipsAmerican Association of University Women PresentAssociation of American Geographers Present
Awards and Honors2017, Excellence in Scholarship Award 2017, Bentley University2017, Maurice E. Goldman Distinguished Professor in Arts & Sciences, Bentley University2009, Co-PI, National Science Foundation (#6743000), S-STEM Scholarships in Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics, $600,000, Hunter College, 2009 - 20112007, Co-PI. Canadian International Development Agency, Canada Corps University Partnership Program. "Sustaining Water in Mongolia: A Human Security Approach," partnering with the National University of Mongolia. $190,000. 2006 - 2007.2006, Companion to Feminist Geography. Honoree Selection for Best Publication, Geographic Perspectives on Women Specialty Group of the AAG, 2006.2005, Media Achievement Award," Association of American Geographers, 2005.2003, University Scholar, University of Vermont.2001, Rockefeller Humanities Fellow, "Gender & The Environment" program at the Center for the Study of Women in Society, University of Oregon
Seager, J. (2020). Thematic White Paper: Gender Balance in the Ranger Workforce.. . Forthcoming.Seager, J. (2020). Gender Equality and Environmental Sustainability in the Age of Crisis. The United Nations. Seager, J. (2019). Waste, gender and climate change mitigation. Gender & Development. Gupta, J., Seager, J. (2019). Re imagining the driver–pressure–state–impact–response framework from an equity and inclusive development perspective. Sustainability Science. Seager, J. (2017). Gender and Sanitation Issues. Michigan State University. Seager, J. (2017). Radical Observation: Carson at Sea. Women's Studies Quarterly. Seager, J. (2011). Gender and Environment: Critical Tradition and New Challenges. Environment & Planning D, . Seager, J. (2010). Gender and Water in Mongolia. Professional Geographer, (62) 1Seager, J. (2009). Death By Degrees: Taking a Feminist Hard Look at the 2 Degrees Climate Policy. Kvinder, Kon & Forskning (Denmark) -- Women, Gender & Research, (18) 3 - 4 11 - 22. Seager, J. (2009). Gender and water: good rhetoric but it doesn't 'count'. Geoforum, (40) Seager, J. (2006). Gender and Disasters. Social Policy, (36) 2Seager, J., O'Brien, K., Barnett, J., Matthew, R. (2005). Hurricane Katrina Reveals Challenges to Human Security. AVISO: Information Bulletin on Global Environmental Change and Human Security, (14) Seager, J. (2003). Pepperoni or broccoli? On the cutting wedge of feminist environmentalism. Gender Place & Culture, (10) 2 (Link)Seager, J. (2003). Rachel Carson died of breast cancer: Feminist environmentalism comes of age. SIGNS, (28) 3 (Link)Seager, J. (1983). No Innate Phases in Group Problem-Solving. Academy of Management Review, (8) 4 7 - 17.
Seager, J. (2022). Korean edition Women's Atlas. Seager, J. (2018). The Women's Atlas. Pengui/Random House; Sydney: New South Publishing; Madrid: Grupo Editions; Tokyo: Akashi Shoten.Seager, J. (2016). Global Gender & Environment Outlook: Critical Issues for Policymakers. UN Environment ProgrammeSeager, J. (2016). Gender Global Environmental Outlook. Nairobi: United Nations Environment ProgrammeSeager, J. (2014). Carson's Silent Spring. 232. BloomsburySeager, J., Enloe, C. (2011). The Real State of America Atlas. PenguinSeager, J., Robinson, K., van der Schaaf, C., Gabizon, S. (2009). Gender-Disaggregated Global Data on Water & Sanitation. 28. New York: United Nations/ DESASeager, J. (2009). The state of gender-disaggregated data in water and sanitation: Overview and assessment of major sources. 40. New York: United Nations (Link)Seager, J. (2009). The State of Women in the World Atlas (4th Ed). 128. New York: PenguinSeager, J. (2005). Gender, Poverty & the Environment. New York & Nairobi: United Nations/ UNEPSeager, J., Hartmann, B. (2005). Mainstreaming Gender in Environmental Assessment and Early Warning. 82. New York: United Nations (Link)Seager, J., Nelson, L. (2005). A Companion to Feminist Geography. 614. London & New York: BlackwellSeager, J., Domosh, M. (2001). Putting Women in Place: Feminist Geographers Make Sense of the World. 216. New York: Guilford PressSeager, J. (1993). Earth Follies: Coming to Feminist Terms With the Global Environmental Crisis. 310. London/ New York: Earthscan/ Routledge
Seager, J. (2019). Cross-Cutting Environmental Issues In , (Eds.) Global Environmental Outlook 6. UNEP/ Oxford U PressSeager, J. (2019). New visions for nature and nature’s contributions to people for the 21st century In , (Eds.) New visions for nature and nature’s contributions to people for the 21st century. Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBESSeager, J. (2019). The State of Environmental Data and Knowledge In , (Eds.) Global Environmental Outlook-6.. Un Environment Programme/ Oxford U PressSeager, J. (2017). Rachel was right: feminist environmentalism prefigured in Silent Spring In , (Eds.) The International Handbook of Gender and Environment . Taylor & Francis, I., Seager, J. (2017). Gendered dimensions of sources, fate and effects of microplastics in the marine environment – a global assessment. In , (Eds.) Sources, fate and effects of microplastics in the marine environment – a global assessment.. International International Maritime Organization (Link)Seager, J. (2016). Gender and environment. In , (Eds.) Feminist Futures: 3rd Edition. Chicago USA: University of Chicago Press/ Zed BooksSeager, J. (2014). Disasters are gendered: What’s new? In Zinta Zommers & Ashbindu Singh, (Eds.) Reducing Disaster: Early Warning Systems for Climate Change. New York: Springer (Link)Seager, J. (2012). Noticing Gender or Not In , (Eds.) Women of Katrina. Vanderbilt U PressSeager, J. (). Death by Degrees: Taking a Feminist Hard Look at the 2 degree Climate Policy In Susan Buckingham, (Eds.) Gendering Climate Change. NY: Routledge
Seager, J. (2010). [Review of the book Rachel was Right: Rachel Carson's Legacy ]. Times Higher Education. #1959London:
Seager, J. (2020). Gender Learning Review: Gender Equality in Wildlife Conservation: Madagascar and NamibiaThe World Wildlife Fund. Forthcoming.Seager, J. (2019). Gender Equality and Environmental Sustainability in the Age of CrisisUN Women/ UN Secretary General. (Link
Seager, J. (2021). Gender and illegal wildlife trade: Overlooked and underestimatedWorld Wildlife Foundation. 65. (Link)Seager, J. (2021). Towards Gender Equality in the Ranger Workforce: Challenges and Opportunities.Universal Ranger Support Alliance. Seager, J. (2020). Quantifying and Measuring Climate, Health, and Gender Co-Benefits from Clean Cooking Interventions: Methodologies ReviewThe World Bank. Seager, J. (2020). Gender and waste nexus: experiences from Bhutan, Mongolia and Nepal. UNEP/ IETC (Japan)/ GRID-Arendal (Norway). Seager, J. (2019). Policy Brief: Gender and waste nexus: experiences from Bhutan, Mongolia and Nepal.UNEP/IETC/GRID-Arendal. Seager, J. (2019). The CARICOM Gender Equality Index (GEI) and the SDGsUN Women/ CARICOM. Forthcoming.Seager, J. (2015). Sex-disaggregated indicators for water assessment monitoring and reportingUNESCO. Seager, J., Lewis, S., Donovan, P., Wilkerson, M., Abdulali, S. (2012). PlanetAIDS: Epidemic in maps. Forthcoming.Seager, J. (2011). Eye of the Storm: Women & DisastersNewsweek/ The Daily Beast. (Link)Seager, J. (2011). Killing Us by DegreesScholar and Feminist Online. Seager, J. (2010). Gender Mainstreaming in the World Water Assessment ProgrammeUNESCO. Seager, J. (2010). Changing the ClimateARROWS FOR CHANGE, (15) 1Seager, J. (2009). Gender-Disaggregated Data on Water & Sanitation. United Nations. Seager, J. (). Gender-disaggregated indicators for the water sector: Concepts, priorities, and methodologiesUNESCO Technical Publications. 35. Forthcoming.Seager, J. (). Gender Audit, Somalia UN Country TeamUN Women. Forthcoming.Seager, J. (). Methodology for Global Gender & Environment Assessment. United Nations. Forthcoming.Seager, J. (). Methodology for Identifying and Pilot-Testing Priority Gender-Disaggregated Water Indicators.United Nations. Forthcoming.
PresentationsSeager, J. (2022). Presented at theACCTING European Green New Deal workshopSeager, J. (2022). Presented at the Erasmus University and University of South Wales Environmental Crimes conferenceSeager, J. (2022). Presented at the World Bank Gender Advisory Board to the Panama Jaguar Protection ProjectSeager, J. (2022). Presented at the German Development Agency Gender and Illegal Wildlife Trafficking WorkshopSeager, J. (2022). Presented at the University of Oulu & Association of Gender Studies in Finland & Arctic Council Gender Studies in the ArcticSeager, J. (2022). Presented at theInternational Airports CouncilSeager, J. (2022). Presented at theStockholm + 50 UN conferenceSeager, J. (2022). Presented at the WILPF WILPF gender trainingSeager, J. (2022). Presented at the Colorado State U/ US Forest Service Women in conservation Colorado State UniversitySeager, J. (2022). Presented at theWWF wildlife crime hub meetingSeager, J. (2022). Presented at the University of Bern M-Lab University of Bern SwitzerlandSeager, J. (2021). Presented at the Centers for Disease Control Centers for Disease Control Data Visualization PracticuumSeager, J. (2021). Presented at the IUCN IUCN -- gender, environment and violenceSeager, J. (2021). “Feminist Perspectives on Environmental Justice” Presented at the International Environmental Philosophy Association International Environmental Philosophy Association annual conferenceSeager, J. (2019). “State of women in environmental studies” Presented at the U of San Diego 50th Anniversary Women's Studies California Seager, J. (2019). “Differential impacts of disasters” Presented at the Government of Canada Canada Foreign Affairs Learning Symposium Canada Seager, J. (2019). “Gender and Energy” Presented at the Sabanci UNiversity Istanbul Symposium on Gender & Energy Turkey Seager, J. (2019). “Petro-Bromance: Fossil Fuels and Masculinity” Presented at the Lund UNiversity Political Ecologies of the Far Right Sweden Seager, J. (2019). “Gender & climate change ” Presented at the UNESCO + University Iceland UNESCO/ U Iceland Climate Change Workshop Nairobi, Kenya Seager, J. (2019). Presented at the Bentley/ Valente Valente Seminar on IntersectionalitySeager, J. (2018). Presented at the UN Women + UNEP Bringing Gender into the Environmental SDGS Nairobi Kenya Seager, J. (2017). Presented at the United Nations African Women & Energy Entrepeneurship NetworkSeager, J. (2017). Presented at theAssociation of American GeographersSeager, J. (2017). Presented at theClark University Celebrating WomenSeager, J. (2017). Presented at the United Nations Geneva Environment NetworkSeager, J. (2017). Presented at the University of Iceland Icelandic Environmental ConsortiumSeager, J. (2017). Presented at the Columbia University Women Peace & Security Inaugural ConferenceSeager, J. (2017). Presented at theWorld Bank Environment DivisionSeager, J. (2016). Presented at the UN COP22 -- International Climate Change Meetings Morocco Seager, J. (2016). Presented at the Penn State University/ FAO Penn State University/ FAO Gendering Agriculture Workshop Penn State University Seager, J. (2016). Presented at the UN UN High-Level Ministerial Meeting on Sustainable Development New York Seager, J. (2016). Presented at the UNEP GEO-6 North American Regional Assessment Ottawa Seager, J. (2016). Presented at the UNEP UN Second Environment Assembly (Nairobi) Network of Women Ministers Nairobi Seager, J. (2016). Presented at the UNEP UN Second Environment Assembly (Nairobi) Science Policy Forum Nairobi Seager, J. (2016). Presented at the RIKK Research Institute University of Iceland RIKK Lectures, University IcelandSeager, J. (2016). Presented at the Boston Public Library Boston Public Library Lectures in Cartography Boston Seager, J. (2016). Presented at the UNESCO/ CSW UN Committee on the Status of Women/ UNESCO New York Seager, J. (2014). “Gender-sensitive water monitoring” Presented at the Government of South Africa & AMCOW Gender, Water & Development South Africa Seager, J. (2014). “Gender Disaggregated Indicators for Water Monitoring” Presented at the UNESCO 2014 World Water Week, Stockholm Stockholm Seager, J. (2014). “Water governance, gender and development: conceptual challenges & data collection ” Presented at the Hamburg University & World Water Assessment Programme (UNESCO) Gendering a Sustainable Future: Water, Conflict and Climate Change Perugia, Italy Seager, J. (2014). “Challenges in gender research methodologies in environmental research” Presented at the UNEP/ Network of Women Ministers for the Environment United Nations Environment Assembly Nairobi, Kenya Seager, J. (2014). “Gender & Environment” Presented at the University of Iceland, GEST United Nations University - Gender Equity Studies Programme, University Iceland Iceland Seager, J. (2013). “Climate justice and the US climate report” Presented at theNESTVAL -- geographers
Committee Member for Ant-Racism department committee 2022 - Presenthelped to staff the table at student open day for Admitted student day 2022 - 2022Committee Chair for Tenure-track faculty hiring committee 2021 - 2022Committee Chair for Ad hoc committee on diversity and race 2020 - 2021Committee Member for Departmental Committee on Diversity 2020 - 2020Committee Member for Departmental Nominating Committee - 2020Committee Member for Ad-hoc committee on “political economy” LSM 2019 - 2019Committee Member for Faculty Awards Committee 2018 - 2019Committee Member for Curriculum Committee 2018 - 2019Committee Member for Summer 2019 Research Grants Review committee 2018 - 2019Learning Assessment Committee 2017 - 2019Committee Member for Summer 2019 Research Grants Review 2018 - 2019Committee Chair for Departmental Tenure & Promotion Committee 2018 - 2018Committee Member for Departmental Tenure & Promotion Committee 2017 - 2017
Committee Member for Promotion and Tenure 2021 - PresentCommittee Member for R.E.A.D. 2021 - PresentGuest Speaker for Earth Day committee 2022 - 2022Committee Member for Salary & Benefits Committee 2017 - 2020Program Organizer for Co-organizer and host, Valente Visiting Scholar 2019 - 2019Committee Chair for 2018-2019 Research Colloquium Chair 2018 - 2019Committee Member for Research Council 2017 - 2019introduce film for International Film Series 2017 - 2017Committee Member for Faculty Compensation & Benefits Review Committee 2017 - 2017Committee Member for Promotion & Evaluation Committee Philosophy Department 2017 - 2017Introducer of film on Ghana for International Film Series 2016 - 2016Promotion Evaluation Committee in Global Studies 2016 - 2016Promotion Evaluation Committee in Modern Languages 2016 - 2016Promotion Evaluation Committee in Sociology 2016 - 2016Department Chair for Global Studies Department Chair - 2016
Advisory Board member Norwegian Research Council for Norwegian Research Council project advisory board 2022 - PresentBoard of Advisors of a Company for European Green New Deal 2021 - PresentEditorial Review Board Member for Journal: Capitalism, Nature, Society 2011 - PresentReviewer, Journal Article for Capitalism Nature Socialism journal 2022 - 2022Interviewed to provide review of efficacy of the "Voices for Diversity" SIDA program for Sweden Development Agency 2022 - 2022Tenure reviewer for University of British Columbia 2020 - 2021Advisory Board for grant project for OXFAM UK 2017 - 2020MapStory 2015 - 2019Tenure reviewer for University of Colorado 2018 - 2018Editorial Review Board Member for International Editorial Advisory Board. International Handbook on Gender & Environment, (Routledge), 2016 - 2018Reviewer promotion for Central European University - 2017Reviewer, Grant Proposal for European Union Marie Curie Fellowships - 2017Reviewer, Journal Article for Gender & Society - 2017Distinguished Professor reviewer for Swedish Research Council - 2017One-week expert availability for UNEP "Ask an Expert" 2016 - 2016Exam writer for the Foreign Service Exam for US Department of State, Foreign Service Exam 2016 - 2016Editorial Review Board Member for Journal: Geoforum 2001 - 2011