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Friday, Dec. 11, 2020 | 11 a.m. – 1 p.m.

GEOG/ENVI 478: The Political Economy of Urban Sustainability Capstone Presentations - Day 1

You are invited to attend the capstone presentations from seniors in the GEOG/ENVI 478 senior seminar: The political economy of urban sustainability. All are welcome to attend these public presentations, which will take place over Zoom on Wednesday, Dec. 11, starting at 11 a.m. CST. Please register ahead of time to receive the Zoom link.

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Each person will present for 12 minutes and respond to questions for five minutes following the presentation.

11:05 am Claire Hamerlinck - Cultural and Social Sustainability in Sydney: Reflecting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples in Policy

11:23 am Konrad Bostrom - Bridging Sustainability and Consumerism: The Political Economy of Jordan’s Abdali Project

11:41 am Finn Odum - Develop, Deny, Displace: The impact of urban regimes on neighborhood equity

~~10 minute Break~~

12:10 pm Likhwa Ndlovu - Permission to pollute? Enbridge, Environmental Justice and the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency

12:28 pm Alison Lange - Rising Seas and Sinking Cities: Manila's Fight to Stay Above the Surface

Contact: [email protected]

Audience: Alumni, Faculty, Parents and Families, Public, Staff, Students

Sponsor: Geography

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