Sustainability Into Practice: Climate Change, Race & Housing
January 26 at 6:00 pm - 7:15 pm
Please join us for the first in a three-part series this spring hosted by UF’s Office of Sustainability and the Bob Graham Center for Public Service.
Attendees will hear from experts on the ways that the impacts of climate change, historical racial injustice and housing equity are connected. Attendees will learn ways they can take action in their studies, careers and everyday lives to effect larger change.
The panel of experts will be moderated by Sekita Grant, Climate Justice Consultant and Environmental Policy Strategist. Panelists include:
- Zelalem Adefris, Vice President of Policy & Advocacy, Catalyst Miami
- Cleary Larkin, Assistant Scholar, FIBER Institute and Coordinator, Florida Resilient Cities Initiative
- Pia Palomino, Climate Organizer, Family Action Network Movement
- Anne Ray, Manager, Florida Housing Data Clearinghouse, UF’s Shimberg Center for Housing Studies
This event is in partnership with the Center for the Study of Race and Race Relations at UF’s Levin College of Law.