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recent presentations

  • "Eco-communities, heterogeneity, and the urgency of inclusion". Eco-communities: Inclusive, creative and self-provisioning approaches for an ecological urban future. Programme Berlin. Independent Social Research Fund Residency. August 2019.
  • "Eco-community in Urban Futures: Considerations for Social Justice and Radical Change". Keynote Address. Eco-communities in an Urban Future. Cardiff, Wales. 2019.
  • "Green Lifestyles and Consumption-Based Environmentalism: Critical Lessons from an Ecovillage". Department of Geography. University of California, Davis, CA. 2019.
  • "How Planning and Development Intersect with Sustainability". Leadership San Francisco. San Francisco Chamber of Commerce. San Francisco, CA. 2018.
  • "Equity in Sustainable Communities: Exploring Tools from Environmental Justice and Political Ecology". American Studies Department. California State University, Fullerton, CA. 2018.
  • "Green Lifestyles and Consumption-based Environmentalism: critical lessons from an ecovillage". Blum Center for Alleviating Poverty and Social Disparity. University of California, Merced, CA. 2018.
  • "Innovative Methods and Methodologies to Study Cultural Diversity, Migration, and Education". Panel. Second Annual Conference on Cultural Diversity, Migration, and Education. University of Potsdam. August 2018.
  • "Socioeconomic Status: structure and agency in education". Inclusive Education Department. University of Potsdam. June 2018.
  • "Green Lifestyles and Consumption-based Environmentalism: critical lessons from an ecovillage". Department of Geography. University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. February 2018.
  • "Neighborhoods as Places of Well-being, Health, and Resiliency". 14th International Conference on Urban Health. Coimbra, Portugal. September 2017.
  • "Answering the Call: Can ecovillages create equity? The Search for Community". American Studies Department. California State University Fullerton. March 2017.
  • "Sustainable Communities and Local Environments: Health, well-being, and resilience". Department of Anthropology. Santa Clara University. January 2017.
  • "People" Rapporteur. Unsere Welt 2030 Zukunft Kongress (Our World 2030 Future Conference). Munich, Germany. September 2016.
  • "When Being Green Distracts from Being Just: Exploring inclusive sustainability". Environmental Studies Program. University of San Francisco. March 2016.
  • "Who’s Green, Who’s Not, Who Cares? Consumption, Environmentalism, and the Search for Sustainable Community." Department of Earth Science and Geography. Vassar College. May 2015.
  • "Sustainable Community Research in the United States". Forschungszentrum für Umweltpolitik (Enviornmental Policy Research Center). Freie Universität. Berlin, Germany. November 2014.
  • "Ecovillage Revisited, Reinvented: Challenges of the green lifestyle". Ecovillage at Ithaca. 2014.
  • “Eating the Front Yard: Exploring political ecology and environmental justice where we garden”. Association of American Geographers. April 8-12, 2014. Tampa, FL. With Allison Pulido
  • “Ecovillage and Ecojustice: Applying political ecology and environmental justice where we live, work, play, and garden“. Society for Applied Anthropology. March 18-22, 2014. Albuquerque, NM.
  • "Responding to Climate Change: Environmental Leadership Through Research and Student Activism" HVC-215. United States Capitol. February 2014.
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