Laura Ogden is an associate professor of anthropology at Dartmouth College and an OpEd Project Public Voices Fellow. She is interested in understanding the politics of environmental change and conservation. Her work contributes to theoretical discussions in political ecology, environmental anthropology, as well as post-humanist philosophy. She has conducted ethnographic research in the Florida Everglades, with urban communities in the United States, and currently, she is working on a long-term project in Tierra del Fuego, Chile. Her research in Tierra del Fuego explores the ways introduced species are remaking the landscape and the ethics of living and dying in a changing world.