What Ecological Restoration Can Teach Planners: Wilding Climate Adaptation through Multi-species Planning
Multi-species planning is an effort to develop methods for planning that accord with the needs of the landscapes in which climate adaptation and similar projects take place.
Recent UEP alum Christina Schlegel, MA ’17, spent last summer as a fellow in Boston City Council President Michelle Wu’s office. According to Wu, Nina was… Read More »UEP Alum Nina Schlegel: We Need a Justice Framework for Urban Climate Action
The following piece was submitted by Tufts undergraduate student Sika Gadzanku. At its core, Climate Justice is a social justice and human rights issue. Climate Justice is… Read More »Climate change cannot be separated from social justice, panel says
Preparing for Climate Change on the East Coast Over three hundred planning professionals, scientists, business owners, and non-profit representatives gathered in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor April… Read More »UEP Student Erin Coutts at Baltimore’s Eastern Regional Climate Preparedness Conference
This week’s Tufts Environmental Studies Lunch & Learn was a presentation by Boston University anthropologist Joanna Davidson on her work in rice farming communities in… Read More »Sacred Rice: Environmental Change and Structural Uncertainty in West Africa
Feminist geographer, consultant, and former Brunel University professor Susan Buckingham visited UEP’s weekly colloquium yesterday to present her work on the links between gender and environmental… Read More »Susan Buckingham: Why Climate Change Is a Gendered Issue
Samuel Bell: Hazard Mitigation Through Planning UEP alum, former FEMA hazard mitigation specialist and current planner at GZA Geoenvironmental spoke at this weeks UEP Colloquium about… Read More »UEP Colloquium: Climate Change and Community Vulnerability