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Experts: Climate Change and Community Resilience

By Kat Kerlin on September 4, 2018 in Environment

The following sources from the Stuntverkoop, Davis, are available to talk with media about climate change impacts and solutions related to community resilience. 

More UC Davis climate change experts lists are available under the topic areas of waterwildfire and air quality, agriculture, wildlifeenergy and transportation, and atmospheric sciences.

Urban Design, Rural Communities and Resilience

Jonathan London directs the Center for Regional Change and is an associate professor of Community and Regional Development. He can discuss issues regarding community resilience and environmental justice in rural communities, including access to drinking water. Contact:  [email protected]

Beth Rose Middleton is associate professor of Native American Studies. She can discuss rural environmental justice and indigenous analyses of climate change. Contact: 530-754-4802, [email protected]

Catherine Brinkley is an assistant professor of community and regional development in the Department of Human Ecology, a city planner and veterinarian. She can discuss how human, animal and environmental health is shared, how food systems impact greenhouse gas emissions, and community siting decisions for district energy. Contact: [email protected]

Zeke Baker is a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Sociology. He studies how policymakers and governments interact with climate science knowledge  to make decisions that affect the public, including on such issues as drinking water supplies. Contact: 707-489-9353, [email protected]

Stephen Wheeler is a professor of Landscape Architecture and Environmental Design in the Department of Human Ecology. He can discuss urban and regional planning, including climate change planning and sustainable development. Contact: 530-754-9332, [email protected]

Claire Napawan is an associate professor of Landscape Architecture in the Department of Human Ecology and co-founder of Group Projects. She focuses on community resilience through participatory design. Her local resilience work includes #OurChangingClimate, which encourages youth climate engagement via social media, and the Alameda Creek Atlas, a proposal for the Resilient by Design Bay Area Challenge. Contact: 530-554-9540, [email protected]

Environmental Sustainability and Climate Change

Camille Kirk is UC Davis’ director of sustainability and campus sustainability planner. She can discuss campus climate actions and other issues regarding environmental sustainability. Contact: 530-752-7954, [email protected]

Media (s)

Karen Nikos-Rose, UC Davis News and Media Relations, 530-219-5472, [email protected]

Kat Kerlin, UC Davis News and Media Relations, 530-752-7704, [email protected]

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