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Climate Justice & Open Access: See, Hear and Taste Why It Matters
October 26 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pmFree
11:30am Free Food (Pizza Luce), Environmental Art Exhibit, Citizens Climate Lobby
12:00-1:00 Panel on Climate Justice and Open Access
1:00-1:30 Linger, Listen, Talk, Eat and Learn From Art
12:05 Introduction to Topic and Speakers: Climate Justice & Open Access: Political Ecology & Political Economy (10 min)
Department of Justice, Culture & Social Change, University of Minnesota Duluth; Director of the (Interdisciplinary) Center for Social Research; Founder/Director of the Solar Commons Project
12:15 Wanted: Students to Make A Distributed Future with Solar-Powered 3-D Printing + Recycling + Appropriate Technology (15 min)
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Western Ontario, London, CA; Director of the Free Appropriate Sustainabiliyy Technology (FAST) research group
12: 30 Sharing Know-How as Climate Action: Place-Based Social-Ecological Solutions (10 min)
PhD Candidate, Health Sciences, Lakehead University Network Coordinator, Lake Superior Living Labs Network
12:40 Learning By Doing: Sustainable Food Systems & the Medicine Garden at FDLTCC (10 min)
Director, Environmental Sustainability Certificate Program; Sustainable Food Systems, Fond du Lac Tribal & Community College; Outreach Coordinator, Sustainable Education Agriculture Association; Founder, On the Table Supper Club
12:50 Reflections on Climate Justice & Public Communication. (5min)
Communications Department, University of Minnesota Duluth
Barnett, Joshua Trey, and David Charles Gore. “Dwelling in the anthropocene: Notes from lake superior.” Ethics & the Environment 25.1 (2020): 19-49.
12:55 Questions from Audience.