Achieving Climate Equity through Institutional Change" could be very interesting.
|Draft EIS, Chapter 3.4|
on Environmental Justice
So the SRC is also very bad for greenhouse gas emissions, and stopping it seems like a worthy goal for local advocates working on climate change and environmental justice.
The scheduling seems just a little strange, then, though you can't always choose when speakers are available, etc., etc.
The talk will be at 6:30pm on the WU Campus, in Ford Hall, Room: 102, the Kremer Board Room.
The next night, Thursday the 13th, there is a panel discussion on local advocacy:
Hear from representatives of five local and statewide groups making a difference, and how you can get involved. The panel will be moderated by WU Economics Professor Emeritus Russ Beaton. Speakers include:It will also be at 6:30pm on the WU Campus in Ford Hall, Room: 122, the Film Studies Auditorium.
- Gregory Monahan, PhD Chair, Beyond Gas and Oil Team Oregon Sierra Club
- Laurie Dougherty Co-Coordinator 350.org Salem
- Tamara Staton Regional Coordinator for the Greater Pacific Northwest Citizens Climate Lobby
- Shilpa Joshi Organizing Director Renew Oregon
- Nic Shipley President Students for Divestment at Willamette University
Ford Hall is the copper-clad new building next to Gatke Hall (the old Post Office) and across from the Supreme Court building on State Street.