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Friday, March 21 • 10:55am - 12:15pm
FR2.09 Addressing Climate Change and Environmental Justice

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Moderator: Sara Hughes, National Center for Atmospheric Research

  • It Takes a Village: Sustainability, Social Inequalities, and the Political Potentials of the Transit Village Model
    Jen Gray-O'Connor, UCSC

  • Governing Urban Climate Change Adaptation: Actual and Potential Justice Implications in U.S. Cities
    Sara Hughes, National Center for Atmospheric Research

  • Environmental Degradation, Place, and Premature Death
    John I. Gilderbloom, University of Louisville;  Gregory D. Squires, George Washington University;  Stella Capek, Hendrix College;  Joshua Ambrosius, University of Dayton;  Wesley Meares, University of Louisville

Presenters
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John Gilderbloom

University of Louisville
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Jen Gray-O'Connor

University of California, Santa Cruz
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Sara Hughes

Assistant Professor, University of Toronto Mississauga

Co-Authors
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Charles Porter Stevens

University of Louisville
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Gregory D. Squires

George Washington University
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Joshua Ambrosius

Assistant Professor of Political Science, University of Dayton
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Stella Capek

Hendrix College
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Wesley Meares

University of Louisville

Moderators
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Sara Hughes

Assistant Professor, University of Toronto Mississauga

Friday March 21, 2014 10:55am - 12:15pm
Magnolia (Contessa 2nd Floor)