Lauren Heberle: Finding Our Paths: Towards Intersectional Environmental Justice in Scholarship & Practice

Lectures in Social Change: Intersectional Environmental Justice
When Mar 24, 2022
from 04:00 PM to 05:15 PM
Where Zoom
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This year’s topic for UofL's Lectures in Social Change is: Intersectional Environmental Justice.

Join us for the second of three lectures covering various issues related to how we include BIPOC voices and concerns in the sustainability movement.

Dr. Lauren Heberle is the Director of the Center for Environmental Policy and Management and Associate Professor of Sociology. Dr. Heberle is also the lead investigator for the Community Engagement Core of the UofL Superfund Research Center.

She teaches environmental and social policy courses and urban sociology. Her expertise is in community participation in environmental decision making. Her areas of research include urban redevelopment, environmental policy, environmental justice, community engagement, and sustainable development.

She serves as a member of or expert witness to a variety of local and federal task forces and committees.

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