GCSC Seminar: “From Climate Action to Climate Justice: How scenarios, partnerships, and community priorities are driving equitable urban sustainability and resilience planning in Portland, Oregon”
April 13 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm MDT
Informed by community priorities, supported with partnerships, and coordinated across city bureaus, the City of Portland is moving from a focus on Climate Action to Climate Justice.
Meeting ID 942 3727 1485 Passcode 816762
Bio: Dr. Liliana Caughman is an interdisciplinary environmental and social scientist with a focus on urban sustainability and resilience. She is passionate about achieving the transformational changes needed to combat climate change in just, fair, and equitable ways. She is currently a Faculty member in the Native Environmental Science program at Northwest Indian College and Affiliated Faculty at Portland State University’s Institute for Sustainable Solutions. Liliana earned a B.A. in Physics from UC Berkeley, Master’s in Environmental Studies from Evergreen State College, and PhD in Earth, Environment, and Society from Portland State University. Liliana has led a variety of applied research projects focused on climate adaptation, resiliency, and partnerships for sustainability outcomes. Additionally, she has worked on research, policies, and programs at the Portland Bureau of Planning and Sustainability, and the Sustainability in Prisons Project.