B.A., GEOGRAPHY (WITH DISTINCTION), UC BERKELEY, 2010; B.S., ENVIRONMENTAL ECONOMICS & POLICY (WITH HONORS), UC BERKELEY, 2010
I study the social reproduction of care and political subjectivity, particularly in the climate politics of electricity, housing, and recreation infrastructure in central California and northeastern Brazil. My research is supported by the Berkeley Fellowship for Graduate Study.
Prior to this research, I founded and directed the climate change communication non-profit Float Map, worked at Navigant as an energy economics and policy consultant for public agencies and utilities, and toured as a working musician in pop and ambient groups.
2016 Yerba Buena Center for the Arts Fellowship
2013 MIT Climate CoLab Judges’ Choice and Audience Choice Awards, “Shifting Cultures” Competition
2010 UC Berkeley James J. Parsons Scholarship for Undergraduate Field Research in Geography
LaMontagne, Collette, Keith Brower Brown, and Eric Fitz. Advanced Wayside Energy Storage Systems for Rail Transit. Transportation Research Board IDEA Final Report 66. Washington, DC: The National Academies of Science, Engineering, and Medicine, 2013.
Brower Brown, Keith. “Wind Farms on ‘Our Copacabana’: The Wind Industry Experiment in Northeastern Brazil.” Carbon Trade Watch, May 21, 2012.
Brower Brown, Keith. “Wind Power in Northeastern Brazil: Local burdens, regional benefits and growing opposition.” Climate and Development 3, no. 4 (2011).