WORKSHOPS & CONFERENCES
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.
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.
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.
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.