Just Futures: Equity and Sustainability

Just Futures: Equity and Sustainability

January 29, 2020

This year’s Lecture Series is hosted by the UNCG Department of Geography, Environment, and Sustainability.

Feb. 4 * 3:30pm * Graham 212
“What Black Panther Taught Me about Our Inner Gorilla: The Shape of Human Animality to Come,” Kim Ruffin

Feb. 7 * 3:30pm * Graham 212
“Paper Nor Plastic: Proposing a Fee on Single-Use Bags in Durham, NC,” Nancy Lauer

Feb. 20 * 3:30pm * Graham 212
“Building the Future: Perspectives on the Green New Deal,” Alyssa BattistoniDaniel Aldana Cohen, & Nick Estes

Feb. 25 * 3:30pm * Graham 212
“Coffee, Frogs and Workers: Conservation in the Anthropocene,” Paul Robbins (Phi Beta Kappa Visiting Scholar)

Feb. 28 * 3:30pm * Graham 212
“How to Build a Black Town,” Danielle Purifoy

March 10 * 3:30pm * Graham 212
“This Land Is Our Land: A Call for an American Right to Roam,” Ken Ilgunas

March 17 * 3:30pm * Graham 212
“EquiDemia: Solutions in Equity and Justice for Higher Education,” Julian Keniry

March 19 * 3:30pm * Graham 212
“Believe in the Future: Inclusion & a Radical Sustainability,” Janisse Ray

April 17 * 3:30pm * Graham 212
“Indigenous Energy Justice and the Climate Change Crisis,” Kyle Whyte

April 20 * 3:30pm * Ferguson 100
“Connecting the Dots: How to Think About, Talk about and Fight for Environmental Justice,” Justin Onwenu

April 20 * 4:30pm * Ferguson 100
“Diversity in Careers in Environment & Sustainability,” Panel & Workshop