Simone Domingue is an environmental sociologist and critical scholar of climate adaptation and disaster resilience. She works with communities and partners to disrupt harmful cycles of exclusion and disempowerment contributing to environmental and disaster recovery inequalities. She is currently working with collaborators on several projects to identify key drivers of disaster vulnerability, local government capacity, and environmental-related migration along the Gulf Coast. She also works on a number of projects related to coastal restoration and environmental justice politics in Louisiana.
2022. Domingue, Simone. “Ground Zero” for Climate Crisis: Narratives About Climate Adaptation and Implications for Justice in Coastal Louisiana. Sociological Inquiry. Web. DOI: 10.1111/soin.12526.
2021. Domingue, S. “The (In)Dispensability of Environmental Justice Communities: A Case Study of Climate Adaptation Injustices in Coastal Louisiana and Narratives of Resistance.” Environmental Justice. DOI: 10.1089/env.2021.0098.
2019. Domingue, S. “Who Knows What Comes Tomorrow? A Study of Resilience Discourse, Practice, and Politics in a Post-Disaster Field.” Environmental Sociology. DOI: 10.1080/23251042.2019.1666960.
2019. Domingue, S. and Emrich, C.T. “Social Vulnerability and Procedural Equity: Exploring the Distribution of Disaster Aid Across U.S. Counties.” American Review of Public Administration. https://doi.org/10.1177/0275074019856122.