Distinguished Lecture: From Garden Warriors to Gastrodiplomacy: Farmers, Chefs and Water Protectors Working toward Food Sovereignty
- Associate Professor of Environmental Science, Policy, and Management, University of California-Berkeley
Elizabeth Hoover's work focuses upon Native American food sovereignty and seed rematriation; environmental reproductive justice in Native American communities; the cultural impact of fish advisories on Native communities; and tribal citizen science. She serves on the executive committee of the Native American Food Sovereignty Alliance and the board...
- PhD Student
Muriel Adams will defend her dissertation "Reimagining Sustainability: Acknowledging and Removing Barriers to Sustainability in Poor Marginalized Communities of Color." Faculty, students and the public are invited.
Attend via Zoom.
Felicia French (Moderator)
- US Army Veteran; MS in Sustainable Solutions
- US Navy Veteran; Energy and Sustainability Student; Student Outreach Ambassador, ASU's Pat Tillman Veterans Center
- US Marine Corps Veteran; Sustainability | Business Development, ASU LightWorks
- US Marine Corps Veteran; Marine Corps Installation Modernization Liaison, Energetics Technology Center
Join us at this virtual "Salute to Service" event, celebrating ASU students and alumni who have served in the military.
Chris Boone, dean of the College of Global Futures, will present the College's first-ever "Salute to Service Award" to a distinguished alumnus of the School of Sustainability.
In this virtual panel discussion...
Current Locust Outbreaks: Challenges, Opportunities, and Synergies
Outbreaks of the Desert Locust and South American Locust are threatening the livelihoods of millions. Hear updates by experts from affected regions, representatives from international organizations responding to the outbreaks, food security experts, and locust researchers.
If you are attending the Entomological Society...
Shalanda H. Baker
- Professor of Law, Public Policy and Urban Affairs, Northeastern University
Shalanda Baker is the co-director and co-founder of the Initiative for Energy Justice at Northeastern University.
Her book, Revolutionary Power, is a playbook for the energy transformation, complete with a step-by-step analysis of energy policy areas that are ripe for intervention. Baker argues that people of...
The Global Locust Initiative is hosting a virtual social hour during the Entomological Society of America meeting. Join us to hear about recent updates, ongoing and future projects, and participate in break-out conversations with Network members (including activities with prizes!). We invite anyone interested in any aspect of orthopteran biology,...
- Head of Innovation, The Argo Group
Jeff Canfield is the Head of Innovation at the Argo Group, a global commercial insurance carrier, who help businesses stay in business. Jeff seeks to transform ideas into positive, measurable change. Prior to his current role, Jeff served as SVP of E&S Casualty at Argo Group. Before...
- Senior Director, NAACP Environmental and Climate Justice Program
Prior to her role in the NAACP, Jacqueline Patterson served as coordinator and co-founder of Women of Color United. She has worked as a researcher, program manager, coordinator, advocate and activist working on women‘s rights, violence against women, HIV & AIDS, racial justice, as well as economic, environmental,...
- Vice President of the Environment Program, JPB Foundation
US cities are facing the joint challenge of the climate crisis and the lack of housing that is affordable and healthy. In her new book, Gray to Green Communities, affordable-housing expert Dana Bourland argues that we need to move away from a gray housing model to...
- Environmental Historian
Join environmental historian and activist Paul Hirt as he takes a look back through the history of the environmental movement.
Hirt came to ASU in 2004 but has lived in Arizona for over 30 years. In both his professional and personal life, he promotes sustainable water management, renewable energy,...