WORKSHOPS & CONFERENCES
Public Workshop: The Future of Global Green Investment, or Democratizing the Infrastructures of a Global Green New Deal
April, 2020 | PERRY WORLD HOUSE
How have climate-linked investments performed over the past decade? What are the emerging trends in climate-linked infrastructure investment? What would a more democratic program—in terms of political process, in terms of economically and socially (un)just results— look like in practice?
Further details TBA.
Designing A Green New Deal
SEPT 13, 2019 | IRVINE AUDITORIUM
A Green New Deal would have massive implications for the built environment, yet these have received scant attention in public debate so far. Join (SC)², the McHarg Center for Urbanism + Ecology, and our other partners for a major public event this fall, Designing a Green Deal.
Unsettled Spaces Workshop: New Scholarship on the Social and Spatial Dynamics of Climate Change
APR 20, 2018 | STITELER HALL
At this workshop, scholars will present work and think through the tasks of researching and communicating the entwinement of climate change with other long-standing socio-environmental processes, from colonial and racialized violence to capitalist patterns of economic development.
Workshop: Carbon, Equity, and Prosperity through the Quantitative Lens
NOV 27, 2017 | PERRY WORLD HOUSE
Featuring Narismha D. Rao, Director, Decent Living Energy Project
Dr. Narasimha D. Rao’s research examines the relationship between energy systems, human development and climate change.
Structural Drivers of Carbon Emissions: New Research on Domestic Inequality and Time Use
NOV 12, 2017 | MCNEIL BUILDING
Featuring Juliet Schor, Professor of Sociology, Boston College
Dr. Schor’s research interests include: Consumer society and consumer culture, working hours and lifestyles, environmental degradation, the emergence of a sustainable consumption and production sector.
Socio-Spatial Carbon Collaborative Workshop at University of Pennsylvania
MARCH 1, 2017 | MCNEIL BUILDING
Workshopping data science for carbon footprint analysis at unprecedented spatial resolution.