Adoma Addo is an associate at the Center for Biological Diversity, where she supports campaigns centered around addressing human impacts on the environment. At the Center, Adoma’s work focuses on waste prevention, advocacy for sexual and reproductive health and rights, and the systemic injustices associated with unequal environmental burdens and unequal access to health services. Her past research has evaluated global consumption, power, and justice patterns. She holds a bachelor’s degree in environmental studies and global health from Yale University. She is published in the Ecowatch and the Journal of Population and Sustainability.
Center for Biological Diversity
Population and Sustainability Associate