Creation of a New Environmentalism – Where Might We Go From Here?

Creation of a New Environmentalism in California

keynote lecture by

Barbara Romero

Deputy Mayor for City Services

Former City of Los Angeles Board of Public Works Commissioner

 

welcoming & closing remarks by

Jon Christensen , Adjunct Assistant Professor, UCLA Institute of the Environment and Sustainability, UCLA Department of History, and the UCLA Center for Digital Humanities

Mark Gold, UCLA Associate Vice Chancellor for Environment and Sustainability

Peter Kareiva, Director, Institute of the Environment and Sustainability, UCLA

Glen MacDonald, Distinguished Professor and John Muir Memorial Chair, UCLA Department of Geography

 

and panel discussions on

Creation of a New Environmentalism – Where Might We Go From Here?

The View from on the Ground

Moderator: Paul Ong, Professor of Urban Planning, Social Welfare and Asian American Studies, UCLA

Fernando Cazares, Senior Program Manager, The Trust for Public Land

Taylor Thomas, Research and Policy Analyst, East Yard Communities for Environmental Justice

Belinda Faustinos, Consultant, San Gabriel Mountains Forever

Alfredo Gonzalez, Program Officer, Resource Legacy Fund

Roxana Tynan, Executive Director, LANNE.org

 

Academic Perspectives Panel

Moderator: Thomas Gillespie, Professor, UCLA Department of Geography

Carolyn Finney, Assistant Professor, Department of Geography, University of Kentucky

Laura Pulido, Professor of American Studies & Ethnicity, University of Southern California

Mary Cadenasso, Director, Cadenasso Landscape and Urban Ecology (CLUE) Lab and Professor, Department of Plant Sciences, UC Davis

Jon Christensen , Adjunct Assistant Professor, UCLA Institute of the Environment and Sustainability, UCLA Department of History, and the UCLA Center for Digital Humanities