Environmental Justice Related Activites at 2017 Annual Meeting in Portland
Sessions, papers, and posters with an environmental justice theme:
SS 12 – Our Living Environment: Causes and Strategies for Alleviating Impacts of Environmental Change on Minority Communities
OOS 1 – Biodiversity and Human Diversity for Ecosystem Health and Sustainability in a World of Change
IGN 2 – Sustainable Development Goals: Can Ecologists Help Them Transform our World?
COS 48-5 – Green but not just? Rethinking environmental justice outcomes for shrinking cities https://eco.confex.com/eco/2017/webprogram/Paper68806.html
PS 24-102 – A pollutant loading and stormwater decision support tool for Puget Sound: prioritizing green infrastructure implementations to support thriving communities and thriving nature
IGN 11 – Advances in Science to Guide Forest Management in the Northwest Forest Plan Area
SS 16 – Enhancing Diversity in Ecology: Planning for Strategic Coordination Among ESA Sections
SS 20 – Integrating Ecology into Faith Community Education: How Ecologists Can Engage a New Initiative to Shape Ecological Literacy and Environmental Justice
COS 120-6 – Where is the value of nature in the city?
OOS 28-7 – Planning and designing green infrastructure: Lessons from practice
FT 15 – A Crosstown Walk on North Williams Street: Socioeconomic Gradients, Gentrification, and Environment
K 56 – Empowering Decision-Making through Scientific and Ethical Literacy at Standing Rock: An Interactive Socioscientific Primer for Educators and Students
SYMP 18-5 – From green revolution to green evolution: Transformation of modern agriculture