Scott D. Odell
- Visiting Scientist
- MIT Environmental Solutions Initiative
Scott D. Odell is a post-doctoral associate in the MIT Environmental Solutions Initiative. He is also a professional lecturer in George Washington University's Elliott School of International Affairs and a faculty member of the Anant Fellowship for Climate Action, and has held prior positions as a visiting researcher at Georgetown University, resident tutor at Harvard University, and program associate at the Inter-American Dialogue. He has received grants from the Inter-American Foundation and the MIT Sloan Latin American Office. He holds a PhD in geography from Clark University and a BSFS in science, technology, and international affairs from Georgetown University.
- Converging trends in climate change, mining, and agriculture: Analysis of hydrosocial relations over desalination and glaciers in Chile
- Mine ownership and community relations: Comparing hydrosocial dynamics of public and private companies in Chile