Dr. Link’s research engages critical service delivery in the context of climate change. She is interested in the mechanics and economics of delivering water and electricity as the foundations of those service industries shift in our changing climate. She is also interested in public decision making in this arena. Dr. Link currently chairs a not-for-profit “Think and Do” tank in South Brooklyn; Resilient Red Hook, focused on creating policy based on the expressed concerns of an urban mixed demographic community on the razor’s edge of climate change.
Link, H., & Barrett, C. (n.d.). Adaptation to future risks in coastal megacities - New York City case study: Local assessment and survey findings in Water Front neighborhoods. Journal of Extreme Events. 2018. Retrieved January 25, 2022, from https://www.worldscientific.com/doi/abs/10.1142/S2345737618500021