Asa B. Stone, PhD. is a social psychologist with a professional mission to elevate the appreciation for human capacity through science, education, and advocacy. Stone researches the intersection of climate and social justice as an affiliate faculty of the Resilience Institute and the Department of Geography and Environmental Studies at the University of New Mexico, including impacts of climate change on lambic production and cultural heritage.
Along with University of New Mexico Assistant Professor Eli Revelle Yano Wilson, Asa is author of Beer and Society: How We Make Beer and Beer Makes Us, a work that explores the social, cultural, and economic dimensions of the modern beer world.