We had a lot of fun this quarter planning and sharing our events with you. From learning about about Indigenous knowledge in museums to understanding how a community led organization and UW co-created research on health disparities to discussing how the 2020 Latinx vote may impact climate change policy, we aimed to showcase a variety of voices and thought-provoking topics at the intersection of the environment and justice.
If you weren’t able to attend one of our events this quarter, you still have an opportunity to “attend” by watching one of our recordings. We’ve also included a few must-see events from our member organizations.
EarthLab 202 Autumn Quarter Events
Creating a Tool for Change: How UW Researchers and Community Partners Co-Produced the Washington Environmental Health Disparities Map | Lunch and Learn Series | October 13, 2020 | Presented by Esther Min and Deric Gruen
How We Present Native Knowledge is Environmental Justice: A Case for Indigenous Storytelling in Museums | EarthLab Salon Series | December 1, 2020 | Presented by Racquel West and Owen Oliver
Public lands in public hands: innovations in outdoor recreation science and stewardship | Nature and Health Speaks Series | December 2, 2020 | Presented by Nature and Health
From Cliffs to Coasts: Stories of Building Climate Resilience | CIG 25th Anniversary Series | December 3, 2020 | Presented by Climate Impacts Group
Ocean Memory for Changing Times | Lunch and Learn Series | December 9, 2020 | Presented by Jody Deming and Daniel Kohn
Latino Vote in 2020 Elections: Implication for Climate Policy | Environmental Conversations Series | December 10, 2020 | Presented by Gary Segura
Indigenous Speaker Series | Monthly | Presented by the Northwest Indian College-Nez Perce
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